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Arkansas is the first state to test it, and thousands have been kicked off the program. [Read More]
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Not so many elections ago, Obamacare was a cudgel for Republicans to use against their opponents. [Read More]
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Two studies find that nudges can lead to more scrupulous prescribing. [Read More]
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Maybe the answer isn't something big, a group of economists is suggesting, but rather many small tweaks. [Read More]
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Drug overdoses killed about 72,000 Americans last year, a record number that reflects a rise of approximately 12.4 percent from 64,070 in 2016, according to... [Read More]
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Fentanyl is a big culprit, but there are also encouraging signs from states that have financed public health campaigns and addiction treatment. [Read More]
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The plans cover less and follow fewer rules than most insurance that you can buy now. They are also less costly and will be marketed... [Read More]
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A potent campaign theme emerges across the nation, with a particular emphasis on pre-existing conditions. [Read More]
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Doctors are known for complaining about how the malpractice system adds costs. But it has been hard to prove, until now. [Read More]
Anthem may save money simply by announcing its policy, even if it is never enforced. [Read More]
Last year, as insurance prices rose by an average of just over 20 percent around the country, people who qualified for subsidies through the health... [Read More]
A report from the Council of Economic Advisers makes the case for adding new work requirements to social programs such as Medicaid and food stamps. [Read More]
People earning too much to qualify for subsidies are finding themselves priced out, according to a new government report. [Read More]
Thursday: A bill heads to the governor today as the industry shifts its approach, Justice Kennedy says he will retire, and Mexicans shower Koreans with... [Read More]
The bill to pre-empt taxes is part of a wider industry effort to skip cities and go straight to the states. [Read More]
Despite some good ideas, addiction researchers say, the legislative effort falls short of the coordinated response the epidemic demands. [Read More]
Removing two rules from the individual market could very easily disrupt many others. [Read More]
A 2005 academic paper fueled much discussion and helped her political career, but remains contested. [Read More]
The numbers suggest a surprising resilience of the health law. [Read More]
Anthem denied thousands of claims last year under its "avoidable ER program," which reviews claims based on the final diagnosis of patients. [Read More]
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