A new health insurance option awaits consumers this fall. Proponents say it will offer lower premiums and relief from increasingly expensive Obamacare policies sold in the so-called individual market.
The trouble regulating air ambulances stems from a 1978 law. Air ambulance operators are considered air carriers, and states have no power to regulate.
Is Medicare going broke? That scary thought raced through the media a few weeks ago when the program’s trustees issued their annual report to Congress.
Recent studies about health care in America show troubling trends, especially in states with large rural and relatively low-income populations.
The plan continued the current system under which the government does not negotiate the prices it pays for medicines under the Medicare program.
Recovering from opioid dependence is not simply a matter of “getting clean.” It can take months or even years to recover from the bodily changes caused by opioid abuse.
We’ve heard relatively little from Washington in recent months about the Affordable Care Act, but that doesn’t mean our elected officials have forgotten about it or that its future is certain.
As annual enrollment for Obamacare insurance approaches on November 1, the law itself and the people who have come to depend on it for health coverage are both facing an uncertain future.