Two much-discussed ideas so far are funding subsidies that help moderate-income consumers pay out-of-pocket costs for health care and giving states more leeway on insurance coverage and plans for their residents
The Food and Drug Administration is changing the way it approves medicines known as "orphan drugs" after revelations that drug makers may be abusing a law intended to help patients with rare diseases
The federal health law includes a provision that allows states to alter some of its rules if they can think of a better way to provide health care to their residents
"She did not want to be in a position where somebody had to totally take care of her"
The Affordable Care Act has so far survived Republican attempts to replace it, but many people still face insurance concerns
Almost 6 in 10 people think the Republicans should work with Democrats to improve the health law
New law will make a big difference for HIV patients, many of whom take at least five HIV drugs and may need medications for other conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes
Medicare is punishing 2,573 hospitals, just two dozen short of what it did last year under former President Barack Obama, according to federal records released Wednesday
The threat is rooted in a change in congressional health coverage that was ordered during the initial consideration of the ACA in 2010
To Medicaid's staunchest supporters and most vocal critics alike, the waiver requests are a way to rein in the $500 billion program that has undergone unprecedented growth the past four years and now covers 75 million people
Who knew Senate Health Bill debate could be so complicated? 2 Republicans vote no forcing the Vice-President to cast deciding vote
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