Medicaid expansion advocates in states moving toward expansion, including Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, and Utah, worry opponents will cite the Texas ruling as a reason not to push forward.
Health insurers blasted a Texas federal judge's decision to strike down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional and moved quickly to ensure plan members that their insurance coverage will stay unchanged during the long legal fight.
A federal judge still hasn't finalized his controversial decision to overturn Obamacare, leaving government and industry unclear on their next steps.
A Kentucky appeals court says the secret testimony from a former president of one of the world's largest manufacturers of dangerously addictive opioid painkillers must be released to the public.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that Blue Cross and Blue Shield insurers must defend themselves on much less favorable legal grounds against a major class-action case accusing them of anticompetitive practices.
The U.S. Department of Justice has intervened in a whistle-blower lawsuit against Sutter Health that accuses the health system of submitting unsupported diagnosis codes to inflate its Medicare Advantage payments.
The hackers installed ransomware on the systems of Allscripts, Medstar Health, and others, sealing off access to data until the companies paid a ransom in bitcoin.
Insurance startup Oscar Health is suing Florida's Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliate for allegedly prohibiting insurance brokers who sell Florida Blue individual plans from selling competing insurers' coverage.
An Oklahoma jury told Aetna to pay $25.5 million to a patient's estate after the insurer denied her a certain cancer treatment.
A federal judge temporarily shut down a South Florida-based operation called Simple Health Plans that allegedly collected more than $100 million from tens of thousands of consumers for plans dubbed Trumpcare and simplemedicareplans.
A federal appellate court refused to rehear Moda Health Plan and Land of Lincoln's appeal to recoup billions of dollars in unpaid risk-corridor payments. The case could head to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Democratic candidates in state attorney general races have leveraged their party's national campaign strategy around coverage of pre-existing conditions. They're trying to beat Republican incumbents who are suing to end Obamacare.