As Congress failed to reach a spending agreement, about 1.7 million children are at risk of losing CHIP coverage. 

The Trump administration has renewed for 90 days the declaration that officially categorized the opioid epidemic as a public health emergency. 

The settlement resolves allegations filed in a 2016 lawsuit by a former employee, who said Scripps ignored her complaints.

Health insurers say CMS “misses the mark” with a proposal aimed at tackling high drug prices in Medicare Part D.

Federal officials brought up new cost concerns about a Colorado VA medical center that is $1 billion overbudget and behind schedule.

We must reimagine the clinical delivery system—sooner rather than later.

After declaring the opioid epidemic a public health emergency, President Donald Trump plans to slash the Office of National Drug Control Policy budget.…

In the year leading up to an election, state regulators are much less likely to take action against failing insurance companies.

The House passed a short-term spending bill, but a divided Senate may lead U.S. to a government shutdown.