House conservatives and outside experts doubt HHS Secretary Tom Price has legal authority to substantially revise the Affordable Care Act's key insurance market regulations and other provisions by issuing new rules and guidance.
If states get more flexibility to run their Medicaid programs, a loss of billions in funding won't harm care for beneficiaries, HHS Secretary Tom Price said during a CNN town hall Wednesday night.
HHS Secretary Tom Price says he "firmly" believes that "nobody will be worse off financially" under the health care overhaul the Trump administration and congressional Republicans envision replacing President Barack Obama's law.
HHS Secretary Dr. Tom Price missed two high-profile opportunities to take a stand on health information technology policy Tuesday, but used a third communication to assure that the federal government will continue to push health IT interoperability.
HHS Secretary Tom Price has tipped his hand and revealed some potentially controversial stances on his preferred measures for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.
Divisions sharpened Wednesday between hard-right and more pragmatic Republicans over a strategy for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, raising questions about whether the GOP can dismantle the law and find an alternative.
Newly confirmed HHS Secretary Tom Price likely will spend his first few days focusing on efforts to stabilize the individual health insurance market as Republicans work to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Republican lawmakers in Georgia, empowered by their native son's confirmation as HHS secretary, want to be the first in the nation to seek a per-capita cap waiver for Medicaid.
Dr. Tom Price likely will look for President Barack Obama administration regulations that healthcare industry groups have deemed too burdensome and seek to alter or eliminate those.
Republicans delayed indefinitely planned Senate committee votes on President Donald Trump's picks to be Health and Treasury secretaries on Tuesday after Democrats boycotted the session and demanded more information on the two nominees' past financial behavior.
William Prentice, CEO of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association, which represents nearly 3,000 of the 5,600 centers in the U.S. weighs in on U.S. Rep. Tom Price, who once chaired a chain of ASCs in his home state of Georgia.
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.