Healthcare reform in the United States
The administration has sought to lower expectations for the new enrollment period.
Lawmakers questioned why years-old IG recommendations had not been implemented.
Experts are split on how the proposals would impact the healthcare system.
The bill marks one of the biggest achievements yet from the newly GOP-controlled Congress.
The so-called "doc fix" passed the House on Thursday.
The support comes despite concerns over children's heath insurance funding.
Investigators recouped about $1 billion less in wasted dollars over the last year.
People without insurance are running out of time to avoid the hefty ObamaCare penalties.
The exchanges re-open for enrollment in just two months.
The AMA urged CMS to delay the public launch of the database until March 31, 2015.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will temporarily unplug the database.
The numbers could affect competitive Senate races in both states.
Federal officials warned earlier this week that doing so could be against the law.
Four in 10 plans sold through the federal exchange are grouped as "small" or "extra small."
The groups oppose facing cuts to pay for non-Medicare legislation.
HHS said it does not have the "legal authority."
The amendment would have blocked $1.2 trillion in Medicaid cuts.
They argue there is no purpose in proposing solutions that Obama will never support.
Of the 1.2 million people with HIV in the U.S., 168,000 are unaware.
Medicare is fining 2,610 hospitals because they readmitted too many patients within 30 days.
The AP asked for details about HealthCare.gov’s security software and computer systems.
Decision to cut off coverage unless consumers prove citizenship is long overdue, Black says.
A majority of doctor’s offices and hospitals have adopted electronic health records, according to...
Regulations would reduce Medicare payment rates to hospitals with higher readmission rates.