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Kansas' attempt at Medicaid expansion is likely to stall in the state's Senate, and more payer news from around the web.
Consumers in the individual or small group markets pay more out-of-pocket for prescription drugs than do those in employer plans, a new study finds.
Providers in rural communities are increasingly merging to avoid closure, but this ups payment rates and, by extension, premium prices in those areas.
It's all good in neighborhoods across the country so far. Of the carriers who have filed rates, none have exited.
The study examined years of life among people of all ages and races from U.S. data over 25 years.
As healthcare costs continue to increase, patients could be electing to avoid primary care altogether, according to new research.
The U.S. has made strides in preparing for health emergencies over the past five years, but challenges still remain, according to a new report.
Here is what researchers say health systems might be able to do about it.
Instability in the market is contributing to premium hikes for for the cheapest silver plans, the Urban Institute says.
States can learn from Medicaid experiments across the country, but there must be an effective way to measure how well they work.