Keyword: American Enterprise Institute
Physicians for Fair Coverage says surprise billing proposals being debated in Congress will hurt patients who rely on Medicaid. True or false?
Doctors and others testify before a House Committee about the impact of student loan debt.
The reduction in opioid prescriptions came at a cost to some pain patients.
Healthcare startups looking to shift the industry status quo lament the rigid inflexibility that limits better solutions.
Primary care is in high demand, but the ongoing physician shortage leaves access gaps. One solution? Harness the skills of nurse practitioners.
Chronic pain patients are caught up in new rules that place restrictions on opioid prescribing and limit the maximum dose for most patients.
During an American Enterprise Institute event examining the future of ACA, experts said they expect risk adjustment payments will be paid on time.
There are a number of solutions to tackle rising drug prices, experts say—if they can actually be put in place.
Those who buy insurance on the individual market are happy with their plans but remain worried that the exchanges are also falling apart.
A government watchdog has found that California signed up about 450,000 people under Medicaid expansion who may not have been eligible for coverage.