Is it possible for more Republican-led state governments to expand their Medicaid programs without politically endorsing the extension of ObamaCare under the Affordable Care Act?
As it turns out, politics aside, folks in nongroup plans rarely keep their coverage for more than a year or two.
In the early morning hours of May 30, House Democrats found a new (if temporary) best friend: the Tea Party. The House was voting on an uncommon issue: medical marijuana.
Let veterans, not bureaucrats, decide how they get their healthcare.
The ultimate contribution of recent IRB guidance is likely that of a good start rather than a final outcome.
An April 2014 data release excludes the payment data for three in 10 Medicare beneficiaries — those enrolled in Medicare Advantage.
Should our food choices be dictated, constrained or otherwise influenced by those 535 dietary experts in Congress?
When one location engages in conduct, it is isolated. When that same conduct permeates the system across regions, it is policy.
Can you imagine such a headline in November 2014?
All that after hundreds of millions in Koch brothers' negative ads, over 50 votes in the Republican-led House to eviscerate the Affordable Care Act and Republican candidates from coast to...
In my latest column, I applauded the success of ObamaCare in achieving 7 million enrollees and have to laugh at the contempt, scorn...