Republicans' latest ACA repeal-and-replacement bill is headed for a vote on the Senate floor next week—without the support of health insurers.
Though Anthem failed in its bid to buy Cigna, it clearly hasn’t given up on making other acquisitions.
The Senate HELP Committee attempt to create bipartisan fix for the ACA exchanges has ground to a halt.
Premiums for employer-sponsored insurance have edged up for the sixth straight year, according to a new report.
Add doctors and nurses to the growing list of providers opposed to the Graham-Cassidy bill in the U.S. Senate, the latest effort to repeal the ACA.
The healthcare policy drama unfolding in the nation’s capital loomed large at the RISE West conference.
Navigators that help people enroll in marketplace plans say the federal government doesn’t understand the complexity of enrollment.
Technical upgrades and clearer policies surrounding overpayment recoupment could lead to wider adoption of electronic payment processing.
The Congressional Budget Office has warned that it won't release a full score on the Graham-Cassidy bill before a potential vote.
While the country shifts to value-based care, a national survey found many doctors would actually prefer being paid a salary.