The House's lawsuit against the Obama administration over the Affordable Care Act will likely move forward despite Speaker John Boehner's surprise announcement last week that he would resign at the end of October.
The White House is wasting no time challenging a judge's decision to allow House Republicans to sue the administration over its implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
A memo distributed Sept. 9 shows the government may be getting serious about pursuing healthcare executives tangled in fraud allegations. Experts say the move could help the government in its perpetual fight against healthcare fraud.
A federal appeals court last week sided for the first time against the Obama administration's policy intended to ensure that employees of not-for-profit religious organizations can get birth control at no cost.
Memorial Hermann health system said it is re-evaluating its processes after staff at one of its clinics called police on an undocumented patient who presented false identification.
A federal judge on Friday ordered Arkansas to temporarily reinstate its Medicaid contract with Planned Parenthood after the state blocked funding over concerns about secretly recorded videos released by an anti-abortion group.
Immigration activists and several legal experts say a women's health clinic committed a breach of trust when it called the police after an undocumented patient presented false identification at a doctor's appointment earlier this month.
A memo distributed last week shows the government may be getting serious about pursuing executives who entangle their companies in fraudulent conduct. Legal experts say healthcare leaders should take note.
With drug costs already busting healthcare budgets, a former FDA official and a legal scholar are warning that recent court decisions giving pharmaceutical companies greater leeway to market the off-label use of drugs could make things worse—a lot worse.
House Republicans and the Obama administration are now sure to spend the coming months locked in yet another legal battle over the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Labor Department won't start enforcing its new rule requiring higher pay for many home healthcare workers just yet despite a recent court decision upholding the rule, the department announced last week.
The U.S. Labor Department won't start enforcing its new rule requiring higher pay for many home healthcare workers just yet, despite a recent court decision upholding the rule, the department announced Friday.