An appropriations subcommittee rejected a proposed multi-billion dollar cut to HHS funding over concerns that it could stymie medical innovation.
Lillig-Patterson, the seventh employee at EHR vendor Cerner, co-founded the foundation in 1995.
Providers across the country have been snapping up physician groups primarily through piecemeal acquisitions of small group practices and hiring handfuls of new doctors. While individual purchases don’t significantly change a market, one in five…
With Evergreen Health’s liquidation, just four of the initial 23 ACA health insurance co-ops will sell individual coverage in 2018.
The $25 million influx will allow data analytics company Truveris to expand its platform across the prescription benefits industry.
Denisse Rojas is one of some 800,000 “Dreamers” who were permitted to attend college and work in the U.S. for two-year periods without fear of deportation under DACA. About 700 Dreamers around the U.S. aspire to healthcare careers.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program made it possible for young adults who came into the country illegally as children to get jobs with insurance and, in some states including California, Medicaid. Now that coverage is in peril.
A group called Protect Our Care says it intends to spend more than $1 million on digital ads accusing Republicans of working to sabotage the Affordable Care Act.
These officials are tasked with the unenviable job of keeping the markets stable as uncertainty reigns supreme. Meanwhile, a look at one who’s made national headlines for her candid take on the state of the exchanges.
“Persistent uncertainty” about whether the Trump administration will block the funds “is a significant driver of current market instability,” write the organizations that include America’s Health Insurance Plans, the American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association.