Even as the coronavirus pandemic rages, President Donald Trump and top Republicans are pressing forward with efforts to further undermine the nation's already compromised health care system.
The Trump administration has decided not to reopen enrollment in the Affordable Care Act's federal exchanges amid the rising coronavirus pandemic, a senior administration official said Tuesday evening.
Seema Verma, the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, was pressed during an interview Thursday night whether she could reassure the country that there was no shortage of medical equipment needed to treat patients who test positive for coronavirus. Instead of answering directly, one of the top US health officials offered up a word of praise for her boss, President Donald Trump. <...
With the 10-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act fast approaching, former President Barack Obama highlighted the landmark health reform law's benefits in a new video released Tuesday.
A major part of the Affordable Care Act -- the expansion of Medicaid -- may be linked to lower rates of women dying in pregnancy, childbirth or within six weeks of delivery, a new study suggests.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to once again become the decider on the future of Obamacare -- the controversial law that has become a fabric of society for the millions of Americans who have come to rely upon it.
The future of the nation's health care system now lies in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Mike Bloomberg has vowed as a Democratic candidate for president to "strengthen entitlement programs." But when he was mayor of New York City, Bloomberg twice compared Social Security to a "Ponzi scheme" and repeatedly said cuts to that program as well as Medicare and Medicaid had to be part of any serious solution to reducing the federal deficit.