Democrats want health coverage for everybody in America, including the undocumented. What does that mean for folks already getting government-covered health care?
A new study estimates that as many as 8.3 million kids are at risk of losing their benefits.
A wide swath of Americans report using less insulin than they're prescribed because of cost concerns.
A new rule will soon require most drug ads on TV to state the drug's list price. Here's what the science says about how people will likely react.
There's bipartisan consensus on curbing "surprise medical bills," but the American health-care system's flaws run much deeper.
United States Senator Chris Murphy (D-Connecticut) speaks during a news conference on health care on April 30th, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
Surveys show the number of uninsured Americans is increasing for the first time since Obamacare's rollout.
Ten additional states, and the District of Columbia, have joined lawsuits against the Trump administration, over allowing groups to opt out of covering birth control for their employees.
Since the sign-up period began on November 1st, slightly more than 4.1 million people have enrolled in 2019 plans—a significant decline in comparison with previous years.
Open enrollment for ACA plans and some state Medicaid programs ends December 15th.
In a new analysis, researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation looked at the cumulative effects of the Republican Party's actions on health insurance premiums.
A new study asks if insurance policies discourage the overprescribing of opioids and encourage proven alternative pain treatments.
A new Kaiser Family Foundation report illustrates the toll of out-of-network charges.
It's middle-income people who aren't eligible for subsidies.
Short-term insurance plans, which are not subject to the Affordable Care Act's regulations, are often cheaper for healthy consumers.
Researchers find that implementing state-level individual mandates across the U.S. would drop the number of uninsured by nearly four million people by 2022.
Three charts that show how health-care costs are rising, especially for people with private insurance.
Ten states are seeking to introduce waivers, requiring that Medicaid beneficiaries maintain regular employment in order to continue to receive benefits.
When it comes to health insurance, you get what you pay for.
Florida is proposing new legislation to stop insurance companies from reporting undocumented people to immigration authorities in order to avoid paying medical bills.
A new report shows rising costs for prescription drugs and emergency room visits.
The settlement was reached after a major mailing mishap revealed the HIV status of thousands of patients.