A new rule would base the price Medicare pays for certain drugs on the lowest price paid among similar countries. But a rushed process means legal challenges are likely.
A lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act may be floundering after Supreme Court justices questioned why the law should be dismantled. Susan Jaffe reports from Washington, DC.
Walmart and McDonald's among top employers with low-wage employees in Medicaid and SNAP programs, watchdog reports.
Several progressive members of the House Democratic Caucus joined a livestreamed conversation on health care reform on Wednesday and attacked what they said was widespread greed and fraud in the pharmaceutical and health...
This Viewpoint proposes that Medicare claims data could inform the rollout of a COVID-19 vaccination program in the US, including notifying beneficiaries of their risk and prioritization and supporting efforts to allocate the vaccine and monitor its uptake, immunogenicity, and safety.
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The US coronavirus death toll has now surpassed 250,029, representing a higher death toll than an...
Viewpoint on the Affordable Care Act, breastfeeding, and breast pump health insurance coverage.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) unveiled her healthcare proposal on Friday, laying out the framework for an alternative to the Affordable Care Act.The proposal, dubbed The Modernizing Americans' Health Care Plan, comes...
More than 818,000 people signed up for Obamacare plans for 2021 in the first week of open enrollment, according to federal data released Thursday evening. This comes despite the uncertain fate of the law.
President-elect Biden has vowed to strengthen the Affordable Care Act, which gave millions of Americans health insurance. But many insured people still struggle to pay for health care, research finds.
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