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To attract more doctors to primary care, CMS is reforming Medicare payment systems—paying more for managing care for patients with chronic conditions.
While government subsidies will shield many consumers from steep premium increases, it’s also crucial to consider how rate hikes affect the unsubsidized.
The healthcare system is failing many LGBTQ patients, including 31% of transgender Americans who lack regular access to healthcare.
Sutter Health intentionally destroyed documents that employers and labor unions were seeking in a lawsuit that accuses the organization of abusing its power.
While healthcare providers have largely adapted to increased demand for care under the ACA, coverage gaps persist, according to a new report.
Newly released research makes it clear that 2018 will be a year unlike any other for the Affordable Care Act marketplaces.
Experts tell FierceHealthcare that claims the Graham-Cassidy protects those with pre-existing conditions do not hold water.
Altarum, a nonprofit consulting firm, believes it has come up with a better alternative to high-deductible health plans.
The number of individuals in high-deductible, employer-sponsored plans grew by more than 2.2 million people in 2016, plus more research news.
For the second year in a row, adult obesity rates show signs of leveling off.