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If states set up their own individual mandates, the laws could bring in a combined potential revenue of over $5.6 billion.
The unusual fine highlights the need for a layered approach to surprise billing enforcement, one expert says.
States working to stabilize their individual exchanges still face challenges with urban versus rural members and unsubsidized membership.
More research shows the individual mandate has dropped uninsured rates by double digits, but finding the exact percentage is difficult.
Patients pay equal attention to online ratings that measure a physician’s clinical ability as well as those that measure patient experience, according to a study.
Expansion has come at a minimum cost to states and GOP governors have openly praised the program, one health policy analyst says.
More low-income people now live in suburbs than in cities or rural areas, putting a strain on local health services.
Many voters want to hear President Donald Trump talk about healthcare policy, but experts predict he won't.
The open enrollment period for 2018 Affordable Care Act exchange plans is likely to see fewer signups than last year, according to a new report.
There’s debate over the role the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule should play as healthcare moves toward value-based payment systems.