Aetna asked a Pennsylvania court to force a former employee to turn over documents related to a CVS fraud case, new court filings show.
The "broken" drug pricing system in the U.S. is forcing some patients to make decisions that can negatively impact their health, experts warn.
Consolidation is a major driver in the growing cost of healthcare, according to a new PwC report.
A House bill proposed a 29% budget cut to ONC in 2019, less than the White House requested but enough to raise concerns from policy experts.
Policy can only go so far in addressing the underlying causes of the opioid epidemic, legislators warn.
Several insurer and provider groups, including AHIP and AHA, are coming to the defense of the Affordable Care Act in its latest legal battle.
A draft funding bill released by the House Appropriations Committee highlights several key health policy priorities.
A federal appeals court dealt a blow to insurers on Thursday, ruling that HHS is not required to make risk corridor payments.
The healthcare industry is shooting for the moon on cancer research and care, but experts say it will need to aim even higher on mental health.
Federal approval of a merger between AT&T and Time Warner certainly doesn't hurt CVS and Aetna's chances, industry experts tell FierceHealthcare.