The implementation of the ACA has significantly narrowed the disparities in coverage experienced by people of color.
A federal appeals judge is allowing Democrats to join the legal defense of the ACA.
CMS plans to allow Medicare to cover an emerging immunotherapy for cancer patients, it announced on Friday.
A recent survey shows payers migrating toward a value-based reimbursement model, but clear discrepancies exist among adoption rates.
Utah's plan for a slimmed-down Medicaid expansion includes unprecedented annual limits on federal and state spending.
When it comes to addressing some of the biggest issues in healthcare, e-prescribing company Surescripts has a big potential role to play.
John Noseworthy, M.D., former CEO of Mayo Clinic, has joined the board of directors at UnitedHealth Group, plus more insurance news.
CMS has unveiled a new payment model that would pay EMS providers who transport patients to urgent or primary care, or who provide care onsite.
The Medicare at 50 Act, introduced earlier this week, is already getting pushback from healthcare organizations.
Democrats in are now putting a spotlight on so-called junk insurance plans touted by the Trump administration.