His policies have a lot in common with those of some former Republican presidents.
CMS is introducing the unpopular "medical loss ratio" into the program.
Florida’s lawsuit comes as several states grapple with the program.
The Obama administration has twice backed away from cuts to Medicare Advantage.
The task force says country faces serious challenges with aging population.
The administration says these numbers show the law is working.
Senate Republicans are expected to lay out their budget this week.
It raises more questions than it answers.
GOP leaders are starting to grapple with childhood vaccines as a measles outbreak widens.
Why do we passively accept the waste caused by healthcare providers?
11.3 percent were uninsured in the first half of this year, down from 14.4 last year.
The cromnibus covers only one-third of federal spending, so budget reforms are necessary.
Ten Republican attorneys general are writing to Congress for help.
The 700-page "uber rule" contains the biggest changes to Medicaid in a decade.
HHS said it does not have the "legal authority."
From a broader historical perspective, its progress has been surprisingly fast and smooth.
The amendment would have blocked $1.2 trillion in Medicaid cuts.
Sen. Chuck Grassley argues for leaving details out of budget plan.
A new GOP discussion draft on CHIP reduces funding and raises costs to states.
The plan would result in tens of millions of Americans losing health coverage.
The commonwealth allegedly gave welfare benefits to illegal immigrants.
State decisions on Medicaid expansion are producing separate and unequal healthcare systems.
This is the great untold story of the Obama presidency.
More than 1 million people logged on in the final day to buy coverage for Jan. 1.