Medicaid expansion's favorite example nearly fell by the wayside. But the continued expansion debates hint at more problems for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Food and Drug Administration issued another complete response letter for Allergan's migraine inhalant.
The prescription donut hole's closing. But what does Obamacare mean for other types of Medicare?
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This Huntington's disease partnership could revolutionize treatments -- or fail out in trials. What does this new deal mean for Isis?
One state released proposed premium rates, more confusion surrounded Medicaid expansion, and top insurers could delay Obamacare's restrictions.
The government formalized rates for Medicaid and Medicare. What does it mean for insurers?
UnitedHealth Group has become an industry leader. Can the company survive Obamacare?
Obamacare changes continue to redefine Medicare, Medicaid, and health insurers. Also, where can you buy the cheapest generics?
Obamacare will change how health insurers can mitigate risk. Find out why the market's shifting towards government-sponsored programs like Medicare and Medicaid.
What's the cost of a Medicaid contract loss?
A look back at the hidden health care stories from last week.
Obamacare has a variety of states looking to at unique ways to expand Medicaid and appease politicians.
Could Walgreen's nonrenewal cripple this drug distributor?
A look back at the week's top headlines in health care reform.
Some of the world's biggest health care companies are leveraging the popularity of Apple's iPhone and Android devices to build specialized apps for their drugs.
The Affordable Care Act has changes in store for treating the high-risk, high-cost Americans eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits.
The ebbs and flows of redefining our health care system.
Hesitant lawmakers can have it both ways after a surprising Medicaid expansion plan is approved.
Further rate cuts may erode profits of private Medicare insurers.