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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.
The insurance program that covers more than 9 million kids could still face financial issues down the line, experts say.
Doctors advise patients to be sure to fill medication orders now to make sure children have enough if their insurance disappears.
Two prominent senators have revealed that Congress will not renew funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program this year.
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.