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Lawmakers aren’t likely to approve long-term funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program before the end of the year.
A short-term government funding bill includes a provision aimed at helping states keep their Children’s Health Insurance Programs afloat.
A new study of healthcare providers in the District of Columbia finds that gifts of any size influence prescribing behavior among physicians.
Overtreatment of breast cancer and other diseases is pervasive, burdening patients and the healthcare system with high costs and needless suffering.
From Iowa Public Radio/Kaiser Health News: In Iowa, the move to Medicaid managed care has proved a rocky transition for some.
Navigators that help people enroll in marketplace plans say the federal government doesn’t understand the complexity of enrollment.
It’s an idea that gets talked about as a way to stabilize the ACA’s individual marketplaces: Allow payers to sell insurance across state lines.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Reviews of patient-centered medical homes suggest that they lead to lower costs and improved care quality.
Tennessee officials' decision to allow non-ACA compliant, underwritten plans to be sold in the state may have worsened its individual market woes.
If confirmed, will the appointment of conservative Judge Neil Gorsuch to the vacant seat on the Supreme Court matter when it comes to the future of healthcare?