COVID19 leads to all sorts of actions that should have been taken years ago. Capping insulin prices now when diabetics have been dying due to price gouging for several years is unconscionable.
Medications and treatments in the US are some of the most expensive in the world and people are increasingly turning to other options to help pay for it.
A study shows more Americans entering ranks of the underinsured
Bigger premiums, more cost sharing equate to big profits.
The Affordable Care Act may in some ways be undermining its signature promise: health care that is accessible and affordable for all.
Final rules break down financial barriers and provide consumer protections.
Tom Corbett says pregnant women and breast cancer patients are receiving too much free care under Medicaid and should pay into the system.
Health insurance giant Aetna's earnings soared to 73 percent in the fourth-quarter despite a decline in revenue. Wonder how that works? The company saw slight growth in membership, but the big gains are coming from insured patients who have been hit hard by the economy.