Louisiana's health department has notified tens of thousands of Medicaid recipients that they could be booted from the program, after a newly used computer check found they earn too much money to receive the taxpayer-financed health coverage.
Florida's Republican governor wants his state to become the first to import drugs from Canada, and he is asking his friend President Donald Trump for help.
As congressional lawmakers work on legislation to end surprise medical bills, industry wants to keep it simple. And narrow.
A key congressional health committee will launch an investigation into the measles outbreak next week, as FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns federal action may be required because of lax state vaccination laws.
Last week insurers notched additional wins in their fight against the Trump administration's cutoff of CSRs. But with policy changes coming to sort out silver-loading, experts predict a messy outcome.
Medicaid expansion and funding face serious political challenges in several Western and Great Plains states, following expansion ballot initiatives and legislative and gubernatorial elections in those states.
Healthcare industry groups have new hope that whistleblower cases will dwindle or even go away under new Attorney General William Barr.
Insurance industry analysts are anxiously waiting for CVS Health to report its Q4 2018 financial results. It'll be the first quarter since the pharmacy behemoth closed its $70 billion deal to acquire health insurer Aetna in November.
A bipartisan legislative committee has now approved New Hampshire's proposed work requirements for Medicaid recipients, nearly two months after it first objected to Trump administration changes.
House Energy and Commerce Committee Democrats want to slap consumer advisories on short-term limited-duration plans, and Republicans may be on board.
Democrats in Congress have revived the first of a slate of ideas to expand public coverage with a Medicare buy-in at age 50 bill as industry closes ranks in opposition.
The Utah Legislature passed a bill to partially expand Medicaid, and that may encourage other states to seek similar scaled-back expansions with full federal funding.