Democratic Reps. Rosa DeLauro (Conn.) and Louise Slaughter (N.Y.) on Monday urged the Department of...
130 advocates are part of the One Voice Against Cancer effort, seeking $5 billion in funds.
The court temporarily barred enforcement of contraception rule on a Christian college.
An evangelical college in Ill. will not have to fill out a form on birth control coverage.
Wheaton College is suing the Health Department for mandating contraception coverage.
The bills would bar companies from denying contraceptive coverage to their employees.
WH says states that haven't expanded Medicaid lost out on $88 billion in federal funding.
Shouldn't we err on the side of our children's health?
O-Care marketplaces had problems verifying consumers’ personal info, according to reports.
The new regs are in response to tainted drugs linked to a meningitis outbreak that killed 64.
Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska) has introduced a bill that would ensure that students who receive free or...
Obama has come under criticism from Republicans for his use of executive actions.
Rep. Bill Cassidy (R) appears in his doctor’s coat in his second Senate spot.
More than 60 percent of workers worry they will be pushed off employer-provided plans.
It could happen to any family.
The public, though, remains split on what Congress should do with the law.
FDA wants authority to regulate tests for high-risk illnesses like cancer and Lyme disease.
In addition to 8 million enrollees, 12 million have coverage through other provisions.
AHIP has hired Mark Hamelburg, formerly of the Office of Legislation at CMS.
CMS proposes changes to Medicare home health services to save $58 million.
Ezekiel Emanuel predicts massive changes for how insurance companies work.
The New Jersey governor avoided weighing in on the Supreme Court’s controversial decision.
The majority has held that requiring employers to pay for "morning after pills" fails the least...
"I think that there should be a real outcry against the decision," Hillary Clinton said.