With Congress leaving out money to stabilize individual coverage under the Affordable Care Act from its $1.3 trillion spending bill, health insurance companies were quick to predict future rate hikes of at least 10% -- and that's not just for those with subsidized...
Health-care companies are tapping executives from drugmakers as they seek out finance and other critical skills found outside their core business to help navigate a recent wave of consolidation. A flurry of mergers is transforming -care as patients increasingly get...
Hospitals and clinics serving high-risk, high-need patient populations, including low-income and uninsured individuals, have long benefitted from a federal program that allows them to buy medicines from drug makers at a steep discount.
For most of her life, Tammy Dobbs, who has cerebral palsy, relied on her family in Missouri for care. But in 2008, she moved to Arkansas, where she signed up for a state program that provided for a caretaker to give her the help she needed.
Officials in charge of hiring and retention at three major health care companies headquartered in Louisville are figuring out how to deal with anticipated major growth in health care jobs, both skilled and unskilled.
Congressional Republicans blasted Democrats for refusing to back a stabilization bill, which would pour billions of dollars into the shaky Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual market, because of language related to abortion.
A review of privately insured claims data shows that the median charge for a 30-minute new patient office visit ranged from $294 in an office to $242 in an urgent care center to $109 in a retail clinic.