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Tennessee's proposal for a block grant brings a host of questions.
An appellate court is likely to ask a lower court to untangle key issues in a lawsuit led by red states seeking to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
Washington just became the first state to launch a "public option," though experts warn that term is tough to define.
Officials at MedStar say they've shown the $49 million investment to install the 28th proton beam center was a risk worth taking.
Washington is set to become the first state to launch a public option—but don’t expect the floodgates to open and states to follow just yet.
Consumer complaints about surprise bills have fallen in New York thanks to its arbitration protocol, according to a new report.
A federal judge’s ruling that blocked Medicaid work requirements in two states has limited implications in other regions—for now.
Avalere found that reinsurance reduces individual market premiums by 19.9%, on average, in the first year.
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.