If cost-sharing reduction payments end, silver-plan premiums on the Affordable Care Act exchanges will rise by an average of 20% next year, the CBO says.

In Charlottesville, Virginia, a doctor talks about how he reconciles his personal feelings with his professional responsibilities.

A new HHS cybersecurity communications center is battling criticism, but one IT think tank says it will raise the stakes for the entire industry.

The District of Columbia Department of Health last week restricted United Medical Center’s obstetrics license.

Several states have applied for waivers aimed at stabilizing their individual marketplaces—a move encouraged by the Trump administration.

Senior executives at Apple and Aetna have reportedly discussed plans to make the Apple Watch available to the insurer’s 23 million members.

Concerns that the Trump administration may back away from bundled payment models seem to be justified.

Affordable Care Act exchange insurers will now get more time to submit their final rate requests for 2018.

From Kaiser Health News: Hundreds of old, commonly used drugs cost the Medicaid program billions of extra dollars in 2016 versus 2015.