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Clinton could face mounting problem with health overhaul

Clinton could face mounting problem with health overhaul

By Associated Press  |  August 29, 2016

With the hourglass running out for his administration, President Barack Obama's healthcare law is struggling in many parts of the country. Double-digit premium increases and exits by big-name insurers have caused some to wonder whether "Obamacare" will go down as a failed experiment.

Sebelius, Thompson to co-chair new health policy forum

Sebelius, Thompson to co-chair new health policy forum

By Modern Healthcare  |  July 04, 2015

Former HHS secretaries Kathleen Sebelius and Tommy Thompson are co-chairs of the newly formed Aspen Health Strategy Group, a forum for healthcare leaders and policymakers to discuss potential solutions to the industry's thorniest issues.

Slide Show: Healthcare losers in 2014

Slide Show: Healthcare losers in 2014

By Modern Healthcare  |  December 31, 2014

Many of the biggest healthcare events of the year, such as Ebola's arrival in the U.S. and the VA's waitlist scandal, were not kind to the people and organizations swept up in them.

Coverage expansion, low cost growth, continued reform battles highlight 2014

By Harris Meyer  |  December 20, 2014

Healthcare providers and insurers were busy implementing healthcare reform in 2014, millions of uninsured Americans gained coverage, and healthcare spending growth remained modest even as partisan warfare over the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act continued in full force.

Malpractice claims can be kept out of court, but not the NPDB

Malpractice claims can be kept out of court, but not the NPDB

By Andis Robeznieks  |  August 13, 2014

HHS has ruled that all medical malpractice claims that include a written demand for payment must be reported to a national database even if the cases are resolved under state programs designed to settle the matters outside of court.

Probe exposes flaws behind HealthCare.gov rollout

By Associated Press  |  July 31, 2014

Management failures by the Obama administration set the stage for computer woes that paralyzed the president's new healthcare program last fall, nonpartisan investigators said in a report released Wednesday.

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