A Senate committee working on a bipartisan fix to the individual insurance markets is getting flak from both the left and the right.

The Republicans' ACA repeal may still be alive: Sen. Bill Cassidy said that the GOP nearly has enough votes to pass his healthcare bill. 

A better way to regulate narrow networks is to take a “multilayered approach” that involves an efficient and neutral dispute resolution process, experts say.

The Senate HELP committee turned its attention to health industry leaders yesterday at its last hearing on ways to stabilize the ACA marketplaces.

A New York City health system will pay $4 million to settle claims that it engaged in “improper financial relationships” with referring physicians.

The use of big data and community and provider outreach are all components of Blue Cross Blue Shield plans' strategies to address the opioid crisis.

If Republicans try to move an ACA stabilization package too far to the right, Democrats should know they still have the power to negotiate.

On Wednesday, senators from across the political spectrum introduced two very different healthcare bills. Neither has a strong chance of passing.