Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday touted the American Health Care Act as a solution to the rising premium costs and insurer exits from marketplaces, telling HHS employees that Obamacare is in a "death spiral."
As Donald Trump starts his first week as president, how he and congressional Republicans plan to proceed on their first priority of repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act remains a mystery—even to Republicans.
GOP leaders may decide an ACA deal with Dems would save them a lot of trouble, but they'll have a hard time convincing their right wing.
Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act gained momentum in the first half of the year. But most observers believe the election of Donald Trump, who has promised to repeal the ACA, mean those efforts are dead.
Advocates feel progress made in dropping the U.S. teen pregnancy rate under the Obama administration may reverse should federal policy shift back to abstinence-only education.
Republican Gov. Dennis Daugaard of South Dakota abandoned plans to expand Medicaid after a meeting with Mike Pence. The vice president-elect could have warned him that the GOP-led Congress will repeal the Affordable Care Act's matching federal dollars to cover more eligible people in states that...
It was still a mystery at deadline who President-elect Donald Trump might pick to run HHS and its agencies. Sources told Modern Healthcare that Andrew Bremberg, an adviser to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, would lead the transition team on healthcare policy.
Despite President-elect Donald Trump's campaign promises to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid expansion might survive, at least in some form.
At a rally Tuesday, the Republican presidential candidate and his running mate said rising premiums and reduced plan choices in the open enrollment period for exchanges under the Affordable Care Act show the law has failed.
Public health experts say Donald Trump's plan to curb opioid addiction sounds like a throwback to the war on drugs that some say resulted in mass incarceration instead of treatment.
The second round of presidential debates and the single debate for the candidates' running mates will have different formats than the first fiery head-to-head between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Indiana's Medicaid expansion will likely continue despite Gov. Mike Pence withdrawing from the state's gubernatorial race to join Donald Trump as his running mate.