More than half of 23 operating state co-ops failed after getting about $1.17 billion in federal loans
Republican senators charged Thursday that the Obama administration had missed warning signs of financial distress at nonprofit health insurance cooperatives that failed last year
The wary and aggressive tenor of questions at a state hearing set a high bar for approval of the proposed $6.8 billion purchase of health insurance company HealthNet by Centene.
Some consumers who buy coverage on the health insurance marketplaces in 2017 could see their out-of-pocket costs drop significantly under a federal proposal to create standardized plans
California's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes.
Spending on federal healthcare programs outpaced spending on Social Security for the first time in 2015, according to an expansive report from the congressional budget scorekeeper released Monday.
CBO previously projected that about 15 million U.S. residents would receive subsidies this year, but it has revised that projection to about 11 million individual
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has lowered its estimate of how many people will get coverage through the law in 2016.
President Obama on Saturday touted the successes of his signature healthcare law, just days before the deadline for enrolling in 2016 ObamaCare coverage ends on Jan. 31.