News bites: Does Orlando really need three children's hospitals? (Hint: no)

Part 2 of Kaiser Health News's kids' care series highlights Orlando as an example of the pressure on lawmakers and regulators to approve children's hospitals that might not be needed and might drive up costs.

Did Mitt Romney change his stance on the Massachusetts health law between versions of his book? PolitiFact investigates.

Employer-sponsored coverage declined from 69.3 percent of the nonelderly population in 2000 to 58.7 percent in 2010, according to the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute.

Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer addressed a healthcare fraud and compliance forum.

New York Times op-ed calls for a tougher stance against Medicare and Medicaid fraud.