After months of nervous speculation, it's finally the U.S. Supreme Court's turn this week to consider the legal case that could solidify or savage President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare reform law.
Congressional Republicans have named Keith Hall head of the Congressional Budget Office, and other news
Congressional Republicans have named Keith Hall head of the Congressional Budget Office, which plays a crucial role in assessing how much healthcare programs will cost the Treasury.
President Barack Obama's health secretary told Congress Tuesday that she has no administrative actions available to fix the "massive damage to our healthcare system" that would result should the Supreme Court invalidate federal subsidies that help millions of Americans buy healthcare coverage.
The share of Americans without health insurance dropped to its lowest level in seven years in 2014 as President Barack Obama's overhaul took full effect, according to an extensive survey released Tuesday.
One thing was clear this weekend as the nation's governors gathered in Washington: If the U.S. Supreme Court sides with opponents of the president's healthcare overhaul, many states that could be affected are not prepared for the fallout.
Paula Ercolini is one of about 1.8 million seniors who are part of a Medicare Advantage advocacy group that is blitzing the airwaves and putting pressure on the Obama administration and Congress.
Be prepared for a new acronym, ISAOs, to join the myriad others in the world of healthcare technology, thanks to President Barack Obama's new cybersecurity executive order. But ISAOs are far from the only weapon healthcare IT needs to thwart cyberattacks.
The White House estimates that more than 11 million people signed up for subsidized private health insurance under President Barack Obama's law this year.
After a computer glitch got patched up, supporters of President Barack Obama's healthcare law were out in force Sunday trying to get uninsured people signed up by the official deadline for 2015 coverage.
Geisinger's second century of innovation: Health system spreading best practices through new company
One hundred years ago, when Abigail Geisinger, the widow of an iron mining magnate, founded the 63-bed George F. Geisinger Memorial Hospital in Danville, Pa., she told the chief surgeon: “Make my hospital right; make it the best.”
Forget the smiley face the administration will put on the final numbers from the Affordable Care Act open-enrollment season that just ended. Sign-ups are lagging far behind original projections. And with the political and legal landscape littered with landmines, it's not going to get any easier.
How much money is the state able and willing to spend to help thousands of Utah's uninsured poor get health coverage? That's the question Utah lawmakers will be asking next week as they dive into competing proposals to expand Medicaid in the state.