Health reform implementation
Sylvia Burwell says the addition of 400,000 people to the tally was inadvertent.
The justices are wading back into debate over the healthcare law.
Sen. Harkin and Rep. DeLauro say rules requiring counts on restaurant menus fall short.
Fifty-three percent now see the Affordable Care Act in a negative light.
Roughly 3.2 million people are paying less than $100 per month for insurance, HHS said.
Legislation would require federal studies to assess the cost to employers.
To many Democrats, ObamaCare is a four-letter word.
Officials are poised to drop their enrollment portal and join the federal government's.
"These individuals should not be punished, either through a tax penalty or lack of coverage,...
Investigators found she solicited assistance from three groups regulated by HHS.
A department spokeswoman quashed speculation that began with a New York Times report this week.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) called President Obama’s announcement that 8 million people have enrolled...
The push comes amid an overhaul of the agency’s healthcare system.
The rules respond to a slew of legal challenges to the ObamaCare provision.
Regulations would reduce Medicare payment rates to hospitals with higher readmission rates.
During the 2014 enrollment period 12 percent of assisters said demand for their services far...
Their bill would ensure a program to temporarily protect insurers is revenue neutral.
The Senate is weighing Burwell's nomination to become secretary of Health and Human Services.
People who were enrolled in high-risk pools will have until June 30 to select a plan.
The ads hammer Sens. Mary Landrieu and Jeanne Shaheen on the healthcare law.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said Monday that the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) rule allowing...
Some states have extended sign-up deadlines.
Rep. Stephen Lynch, who opposed the law, said it might cost Democrats the Senate in November.
As ObamaCare enters its fifth year, big questions remain about how the law is working.