Orlando symposium to educate healthcare providers on research, proper dosing and legal ramifications
Democrats who lost the battle are still convinced they may win the political war.
Claims above a certain amount would be paid by the government, reducing insurers' financial exposure and allowing them to set lower premiums.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, wants the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to explain $125 million in overcharges by insurers.
Federal income taxes are due April 18 and, likely for several million people, so is a fine for failing to get health insurance.
Proposed rule seeks transparency, flexibility, program simplification and innovation to transform the Medicare program
Heath policy experts say that creating any type of universal health plan would face enormous political and fiscal challenges -- and that if it happens at all, it could take years.
What was the purpose of the new effort, which was led mostly from the White House?
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