Keyword: Marilyn Tavenner
AHIP has nothing but good things to say about the federal government’s proposed rule for Medicare Advantage and Part D.
Hospitals and healthcare trade groups mostly came out in support of Alex Azar, President Trump's pick to replace Tom Price as head of HHS.
Medicare paid at least $1.5 billion over a decade to replace seven types of defective heart devices, a government watchdog says.
State attorneys general battling the opioid crisis have turned their attention to payers, without acknowledging the steps they've already taken.
Republicans' latest ACA repeal-and-replacement bill is headed for a vote on the Senate floor next week—without the support of health insurers.
Prominent healthcare industry groups warned against the repercussions of repealing the ACA's coverage mandates without a viable replacement.
Insurers have been mostly mum on the AHCA and its CBO score, a response that stands in stark contrast to providers' reactions.
After the American Health Care Act passed the House on Thursday, Republicans were quick to celebrate their hard-fought political victory.
With 2018 rate filing deadlines coming up fast, health insurers that offer plans on the ACA exchanges are in a tough spot amid continued policy uncertainty.
White House advisers are engaged in a tug of war over the fate of the Affordable Care Act’s cost-sharing reduction payments.