The Obama administration on Monday will fire its first missive in federal appeals court defending the appropriations used to fund portions of the Affordable Care Act.
Under the proposed waiver, the state of Washington will focus on the social needs of its Medicaid population and leverage partnerships between providers and social support groups in an attempt to improve patients' quality of care.
Healthcare industry leaders are pushing back against the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission's criticism of accountable care organizations. The panel is considering making changes that would force providers to take on more risk.
Safety net systems and health officials in communities with large numbers of unauthorized immigrants view caring for them as a core part of managing population health, even though the ACA expressly disqualifies them from coverage.
At the second general election debate, Donald Trump again touted allowing health insurers to sell plans across state lines as a way to make coverage affordable after killing the ACA. But the policy could undermine the individual market and roll back protections that consumers have come to rely on.
Providers this week are required to begin publicly posting nondiscrimination notices, including disclosures that they provide language assistance services for individuals with limited English proficiency.
Minnesota's Democratic governor said Wednesday that the Affordable Care Act is "no longer affordable," a stinging critique from a state leader who strongly embraced the law and proudly proclaimed health reform was working in Minnesota just a few years ago.
The presidential candidates Sunday night discussed the Affordable Care Act at the second of three debates between them by sticking with their usual statements.
The CMS approved the least conservative aspects of Arizona's request to tweak Medicaid in ways that would make consumers more financially responsible for their coverage.
A “Jeopardy” viewer accused the CBS quiz show of using its airtime to “promote and propagandize” the Affordable Care Act with “slanted questions” and “misleading answers” during a June 2013 episode.
John Auerbach, the associate director for policy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, next year will take over as the new president and CEO of Trust for America's Health.
Republican members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee have deepened their probe into the Obama administration's plans for a controversial Affordable Care Act provision by asking insurers to unveil any settlement talks.