The risk corridors program creates a temporary pool of money to pay insurers.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY.) called on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to overturn a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision to allow a powerful painkiller to enter the market in a form that can be abused.
“It is baffling that at the same time policy makers and law enforcement officials are waging a war on the growing prescription drug crisis, we are essentially rolling out the welcome mat to a new, more powerful, and easily abused super-drug,” Schumer said Monday.
The Susan B. Anthony List is throwing its support to former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel's (R) Senate campaign.
The survey also found that a greater percentage of people nationwide are obese.
The newly installed Senate Finance chairman made his first major remarks Tuesday on Medicare physician payment reform.
AFP has brought back leukemia patient Julie Boonstra to respond to questions over facts.
The move will avoid cancellation wave before Election Day.
It claims GOP-backed chemical bill would hurt minority groups.
A new analysis of Medicaid enrollments says that only 2.4 million to 3.5 million people have newly registered for the program since October under the healthcare law.
The imaging industry is touting itself as a contributor to lower healthcare costs.