By Julian Pecquet - 11/15/11 12:15 PM EST
The healthcare reform law — and economic pressures — are already changing the healthcare system in irreversible ways regardless of how the Supreme Court rules, The New York Times reports.
The Supreme Court's review of the health law all but guarantees a legacy-shaping ruling for both President Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts, Bloomberg reports.
The reform law retains unflagging support among healthcare providers, Modern Healthcare reports. A new Commonwealth Fund/Modern Healthcare survey found 89 percent of respondents supported moving forward with the measure's implementation.
Kaiser Health News lays out healthcare interests' recommendations to the supercommittee.
An American Heart Association science advisory recommends that the healthcare law cover cardiac rehabilitation to help eliminate barriers for women, minorities and low-income Americans.