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The White House is calling for a significant cut in funding to the Department of Health and Human Services in 2020.
Seven groups banded together to file the suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, plus more payer news from around the web.
Colorado is seeing the smallest premium increases in years. Plus, physicians blame pharma for high costs in new survey.
Physician groups worry that international medical residents who are scheduled to start their training at U.S. hospitals on July 1 may not get visas.
Six prominent physician groups have called for President Donald Trump and Congress to help end gun violence.
Now is not the time to jeopardize the National Quality Forum, according to the leaders of five physician groups.
Six major medical organizations that represent more than half a million physicians took a stand against any Senate effort to repeal the ACA.
If they didn’t like the healthcare bill passed by the House in May, the medical community had no kinder words for Senate Republicans' draft version.
It goes against the grain, but a new study suggests that parenthood may help protect medical residents against burnout.
Leading groups that represent doctors, nurses and hospitals say a revised GOP bill to replace the Affordable Care Act is “even worse” than the original.