Nearly a third of people overall - including a third of people without health insurance - said they had not heard anything about the sign-up period for individuals who buy health plans on their own, according to the survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The tax reform bills currently making their way through Congress both have significant implications for healthcare, but they differ on one controversial element: eliminating the medical expense tax deduction. The House bill has come under sharp criticism for eliminating this deduction, largely because...
The new figures show that nearly 1.5 million consumers picked a plan through Nov. 11, compared to just over 1 million from Nov. 1-12 last year.
The bulk of the report makes noncontroversial recommendations about ways to increase the amount of and access to data on government programs, arguing for more of both.
Patients are willing to cut their hospitalization short for the sake of staying employed…and insured. Because "the job" provides this health insurance, patients are forgoing urgent medical treatments to preserve access to future medical treatments.
Subsidized plans cost no more than last year, and sometimes less.
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Nonprofit hospitals here and across the nation face a new threat in the tax reform plan unveiled recently by House and Senate Republicans.
The bill under consideration in the state legislature would send a pro-discrimination message by eliminating coverage for sexual- or gender-reassignment surgery offered by the Children's Health Insurance Program, writes a doctor who cares for transgender kids.
The President correctly cited the urgency of the opioid epidemic Thursday in his remarks on the administration's plans to curb the opioid epidemic. More Americans died in 2016 from drug overdose than during the entire Vietnam War. The President made his own war comparison stating "we have fought and...
The Trump administration may be sitting out promotional efforts for open-enrollment season, but states, insurers, and advocates are trying to fill the void during a shorter sign-up period than in past years.
While we catch our breath from a year of legislative proposal after legislative proposal aiming to dramatically reshape our health care system, it's critical that we understand the particular threats those proposals posed to children with special health care needs. During the Capitol Hill debates, many...
After so much talk of "repeal and replace," even people who work in health care - like me - can feel confused about the Affordable Care Act. Fortunately, a few basic facts can help straighten things out.