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Utah's plan for a slimmed-down Medicaid expansion includes unprecedented annual limits on federal and state spending.
Although the estimated 800,000 government workers affected by the shutdown won’t lose their health insurance, an unknown number are in limbo.
A Southern California doctor’s alleged illegal prescribing of opioids and other narcotics appears to have had wide-ranging and tragic consequences.
Fresh faces in D.C. and in state capitals nationwide could prompt the growth of reinsurance—and all its benefits, say the authors of a new analysis.
The Trump administration has yet to unveil its plan for overhauling safe harbors for drug rebates, but experts say there's limits on what it can do.
Medical school deans from Yale, George Washington and NYU said there is no research to support Medicaid work requirements.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma said expanding Medicare benefits to every American would “dilute” the program.
Federal policy decisions reduced consumer choice and raised healthcare insurance premiums in 2018, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Some states are weighing options to implement their own insurance mandates, efforts that have largely stalled.
More people are turning to health-sharing ministries as an alternative to traditional insurance plans.