Better Care Reconciliation Act
Add doctors and nurses to the growing list of providers opposed to the Graham-Cassidy bill in the U.S. Senate, the latest effort to repeal the ACA.
HHS' Tom Price hints that the administration is on board with a bipartisan solution.
A bipartisan bill that would fund cost-sharing reduction payments through 2018 may be too little, too late.
Healthcare executives are watching Washington closely to see what’s next—and what role they can play in future debates.
Some GOP senators are looking to bridge the gap with Democrats, a move experts say could improve a reform effort’s chance for success.
From Kaiser Health News: So the Senate has voted to start debate on a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act. Now what?
The Senate launched a 20-hour debate on the future of the Affordable Care Act shortly after a 51-50 vote to allow the discussion.
Despite opposition from Democrats, healthcare leaders and the public, the Senate voted 51-50 to begin debate on a replacement for the ACA.
President Donald Trump said in no uncertain terms on Monday that it’s time for Senate Republicans to finally make good on their promise to repeal and replace the ACA.
The BCRA includes changes to Medicaid that go beyond an overhaul of its financing system and repeal of the Medicaid expansion.