Before the House Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act died Friday, insurers and regulators were fretting about a major, last-minute change in the bill requiring states to determine what benefits must be offered in fully insured health plans.
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday withdrew the much-maligned bill to replace the Affordable Care Act from the floor Friday as Republican dissent swelled.
Hospital stocks enjoyed a banner day on Wall Street Friday as House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled a GOP replacement for the Affordable Care Act just minutes before a scheduled afternoon House vote on the legislation.
The Trump administration pulled ads and emails meant to encourage people to sign up for marketplace coverage in the final week of open enrollment that ended Jan. 31.
The Trump administration has appointed Roger Severino, a former staffer at conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation, to head the HHS' Office for Civil Rights.
A federal judge has dismissed two counterclaims by Express Scripts Holding Co. in a multibillion dollar lawsuit brought on by insurer Anthem over its drug charging policies.
Jay Grinney, the long-time CEO of HealthSouth who retired at year-end, is slated to receive two fishing rods and an $11.7 million package for his service, in addition to $7.3 million in total compensation for 2016,
Low income disabled patients say their care has improved under a federal experiment that allows states test ways to better manage benefits and care for people dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, according to a federal audit.
NYU Langone Medical Center is one step closer to bringing more health care services to the Lower East Side.
Three popular health-related mobile apps have reached settlements with the New York attorney general's office over allegations of misleading marketing claims and irresponsible privacy practices.