Keyword: Congressional Budget Office
The House must choose between several competing versions of legislation to tackle surprise medical bills. Here is how they stack up.
As the debate over "Medicare for All" continues, a new study finds a consensus that a single-payer system would result in healthcare savings.
A new analysis finds the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation will only save Medicare nearly half of what CBO projected back in 2016
A pivotal House committee advanced Nancy Pelosi's drug plan, setting up a likely House floor vote in the near future.
An influential group of Republican lawmakers released its latest healthcare plan, which closely resembles prior Affordable Care Act repeal efforts.
In a letter, 111 physician organizations weighed in on surprise billing, urging Congress not to turn more power over to health insurers.
Nancy Pelosi's drug prices plan would save Medicare an estimated $345 billion over seven years, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Specialty drugs made up 1% of prescriptions for employers but accounted for 40% of total drug spending last year, an analysis found.
The Congressional Budget Office estimates a Senate package tackling surprise billing and drug prices will save the government $7 billion.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants government-negotiated prices on the most expensive drugs to apply to all payers, including employers and insurers.