Keyword: Sylvia Mathews Burwell
WASHINGTON—Sylvia Mathews Burwell says the key to healthcare reform is recognizing the system is both "complex and simple."
President Donald Trump is weighing in on Tom Price's private jet controversy, saying he's "not happy" with the HHS secretary. Meanwhile, several Democrats have demanded that Price resign.
Affordable Care Act enrollment counselors are getting ready for open enrollment earlier than ususal this year.
President-elect Donald Trump said Tuesday that he wants to both repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act quickly.
HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell challenged Republicans to come up with a viable alternative to the healthcare law—and warned them that it’s not as easy as they may think.
Protections put in place by the Affordable Care Act significantly increased access to insurance coverage for Americans with pre-existing conditions, according to a new government analysis.
Enrollment in Affordable Care Act marketplace plans has outpaced last year’s tally thanks to a surge around the deadline to enroll in coverage effective Jan. 1.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services finalized three new policies Tuesday that continue the push toward value-based care, rewarding hospitals that work with physicians and other providers to avoid complications, prevent readmissions and speed recovery.
Two consumers are asking a federal appeals court to let them fight a ruling that, if allowed to stand, would halt funding for one type of Affordable Care Act subsidies.
As House Republicans gear up to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, they are leaning toward a strategy of giving individuals “universal access” to health coverage.