Self-employed people say they're following the GOP repeal effort obsessively and are thinking hard about whether they will be able to continue their businesses or will have to pursue alternatives, including seeking jobs with health benefits.
What strategies can states and the federal government take to address the costly and complex challenges of the dual eligibles population?
What would happen to the 11 million low-income adults who have gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion if the Senate GOP's efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare pass and the expansion is phased out?
No one was terribly surprised that some centrist Republican senators such as Maine's Susan Collins balked at backing a bill to roll back Obamacare's coverage expansions, weaken its consumer protections and slash Medicaid.
Healthcare industry leaders and patient advocacy groups are facing a sobering reality as Republican senators weigh whether to pass their Obamacare replacement bill. Their staunch opposition along with broad public disapproval may not be enough to convince lawmakers to kill the bill.