The latest news on Medicaid
Why Red China is worried about the U.S. national debt.
The stimulus has been even better for the country than previously advertised, The White House says.
California study finds those covered by public health insurance less likely to make regular visits, if they go at all
Obama is planning to appoint the head of Medicare and Medicaid without Senate hearings.
Privately insured at advantage over uninsured or Medicaid patients, research shows
I’m all for encouraging nonlawyers to run for public office, but a lack of practical real-world experience is not what ails our political system.
Improving outpatient care could cut down on multiple readmissions, study authors suggest
Some provisions start in September and will make coverage more affordable, easier to get, report says
Report anticipates U.S. bill of $20 trillion over next 40 years
More equitable rewards, stronger anti-retaliation provisions needed, study authors say