President Donald Trump has long asserted that selling health insurance across state lines would trigger competition that brings down premiums for people buying their own policies. Experts say that's not guaranteed, partly because health insurance reflects local medical costs, which vary widely.
Dr. Price resigns, Las Vegas endures a massacre, Trump accuses Puerto Rican officials of playing politics, and its easy to think there is nothing to be done, but that is not true.
Reports that President Trump urged CMS Administrator Seema Verma to reject Iowa's 1332 waiver plan sends mixed signals to states trying to stabilize their exchanges.
President Donald Trump says he is "not happy" with HHS Secretary Tom Price following reports that Price used a private plane for official business. And Trump says he let Price know it.
A leading U.S. hospital pulled its annual fundraiser from Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort on Thursday, reversing course after initially resisting pressure from health professionals and others over the president's support for repealing the Affordable Care Act and cutting federal research dollars.
The Congressional Budget Office is set to release a report detailing what could happen to insurance markets if the federal government stops making cost-sharing reduction payments.
Public health officials were hopeful that the president would declare the opioid epidemic a national emergency, opening the door to millions in federal funding.
Lecturing fellow Republicans, President Donald Trump summoned GOP senators to the White House Wednesday and told them face-to-face they must not leave town for their August recess without sending him an Obamacare repeal bill to sign.
As Republican senators rethink the American Health Care Act, a more pressing question looms, will they stabilize the individual insurance market for 2018?
Trump's proposed budget cuts to cap medical malpractice, VA expanding mental healthcare, and Direct Relief partners with Pfizer.
Public health officials caution that President Donald Trump's most recent budget proposal would leave the nation vulnerable to disease outbreaks or unable to adequately respond to emergencies for years.
Insurers say a move by the Trump administration was enough of an olive branch to keep some on the ACA insurance exchanges.