With 30 million new patients expected to enter the healthcare system, doctors worry there won't be enough of them to go around.
Although Obama's reelection has reinforced the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, not all hospitals are prepared for the changes coming under the reform law, according to new research from the California HealthCare Foundation.
Patients know what they want, but they don't know how to get there. Sixty percent of consumers listed "low out-of pocket costs" when they visit the doctor as a top priority, but only 19 percent prioritized "understanding in advance how much care would cost."
Immigration policies prevent a sufficient number foreign-born physicians, nurses and other medical personnel from working in the United States, according to a new study from the National Foundation for American Policy.
I recognize we don't live in a utopian society. But is it so crazy of me to wish we all could just get along? Apparently, it is--especially if you're a politician. I had hoped that with...
Deb Beaulieu The re-election of President Barack Obama means that, despite lingering challenges, the Affordable Care Act will proceed. Healthcare insiders predict that it will affect...
In this special report, FierceHealthcare editors scoured the archives and turned up 15 of the most interesting, thought-provoking and memorable quotes from healthcare leaders in the past year.
Insurers have a little extra breathing room to comply with federal regulations for health insurance exchanges--but states must still send letters of intent to design a state-based exchange by Friday.
Now that the Election Day dust has settled and the health reform law has survived a nasty political battle, I would like to remind my dear readers of some wise comments made two years ago (to the...
A bill amending the health reform law's medical-loss ratio provision to prevent insurers from counting agent fees as administrative fees, would cost the federal government roughly $1 billion between 2013 and 2022.