Though the Trump administration has agreed to temporarily fund cost-sharing reduction payments, health insurers aren’t impressed.

Republicans have finalized a revised plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

One of the biggest drivers in hospital spending is the rising number of “superusers,” patients who visit the emergency room several times a year.

It is still too soon to say what Anthem will do about the individual marketplaces next year, CEO Joseph Swedish said Tuesday.

Minnesota state regulators aren't satisfied with Mayo Clinic’s response to charges it cherry-picked patients with commercial insurance.

Doctors are pinning their hopes for MACRA relief on new HHS Secretary Tom Price and a proposed Medicare rule in the works.

To hear one HHS senior official tell it, a $1 billion Medicare fraud scheme was “hiding in the data.” All it took was some targeted analytics to tease it out.

Senator Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, has urged a government watchdog to investigate a Universal Health Services facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the wake of media…

Centene’s Michael Neidorff earned a total of $22 million in 2016, making him the highest-paid executive of the eight largest publicly traded health insurers.