A federal judge still hasn't finalized his controversial decision to overturn Obamacare, leaving government and industry unclear on their next steps.
A federal judge's ruling invalidating the Affordable Care Act has yet again plunged the industry into an era of uncertainty. But industry groups aren't yet focused on long-term contingency plans as they hope an appeal will save the law.
Commentary: It's time for a 21st century Hill-Burton plan, not to build hospitals but to re-invent healthcare
Healthcare leaders know that the world is changing, and that they should refocus and become a force for health creation and preservation in their communities. But they need incentives to make the change.
New Hampshire's new Democratic legislative leaders are criticizing the CMS for revising the state's proposed Medicaid work requirement program without the state asking for the changes.
Healthcare is top of mind for many 2018 midterm voters. In addition to picking lawmakers who will shape federal policy, many states have Medicaid expansion, provider pay provisions and other measures on their ballots.
In an intense congressional race in the Chicago suburbs, hospital ally Rep. Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) is running on an anti-regulatory healthcare message. But in a referendum election about Trump, how will that play?
Four years into Obamacare, the majority of Nebraska voters support Medicaid expansion, a key measure on their midterm ballot. But even pro-expansion hospitals are taking a cautious view of how much it will impact the rural bottom line.
A new report calls for reforms in state prison health systems that include increasing partnerships between correction facilities and community healthcare providers in order to provide inmates continuity of care during their incarceration and beyond.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar outlined what he called the failures of the Affordable Care Act, including rising premiums and limited plan choice, but said the Trump administration has helped right those failures.
The House GOP's proposal would relax Obamacare's provisions for employers, from the employer mandate to the 30-hour definition for full-time work. But it's unlikely that the Senate will pick up the $58 billion legislation.
As the country heads toward midterm elections and red states look to overturn Obamacare in the courts, Republican senators have introduced a bill to preserve some of the law's most popular provisions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All plan would put the brunt of the proposal's costs on provider cuts. It would save the U.S. at large more than $2 trillion over a decade, but would cost the feds nearly $33 trillion more than the current system.