CMS plans to increase Medicare Part B premiums by roughly 5 percent, far outstripping the 1.7 percent increase that seniors will receive in their social security checks next year.
Over the past three years, a majority of states maintained or reduced processing times for Medicaid applications, increased payments to providers, and reported challenges in ensuring provider parti
A consumer advocacy group is wondering if Medicare policy contributed to the rise of large-scale drug compounding, the practice behind the current national outbreak of meningitis.
New legislation would allow people an exemption from the healthcare mandate by filing an affidavit with the IRS.
Dozens of health care stakeholders are urging HHS to give states and health plans flexibility in designing and offering through the exchanges insurance products with affordable coverage of “prevent
Health care insiders are coming off a week of staking out their positions for the “fiscal cliff” talks, with industry and beneficiary advocates highly worried . . .
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