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Some Medicare beneficiaries are now eligible for therapy indefinitely—just one of the important changes Congress has made.
Increased reimbursements under Medicare Part B could offset potential losses for hospitals under changes to the 340B program.
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.
The House is set to vote today on a bill that will unravel key provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Eliminating Medicaid expansion as part of the Affordable Care Act could be more politically tricky than originally thought.
Fifty percent of ACA customers are dialing back their medical care in an effort to limit costs, a trend that could gain more steam as consumers face higher premiums and fewer choices.
The second presidential debate brought plenty of fireworks, including a slew of healthcare talking points that drew reactions from think tanks, health policy experts, reporters and more.