President-elect Donald Trump is eager to change the nation’s health care law – and most Americans are eager for some changes, a new Gallup Poll released Monday found.
Newly unsealed court testimony shows health insurers Anthem Inc. andCigna Corp. have significant disagreements about their proposed merger, offering fresh details about a rift that is highly unusual for two companies seeking to press ahead with such a deal.
Republicans set on rapidly dismantling the Affordable Care Act are also pushing an overhaul of Medicaid, whose expansion under the 2010 law has covered millions of low-income Americans—many in states run by GOP governors.
It wasn’t so long ago that health insurance horror stories fueled discussions around the family dinner table and the national debate over health care reform.
President-elect Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan agree that repealing the Affordable Care Act and replacing it with some other health insurance system is a top priority.
In the furor over high drug prices, both Congress and the media have largely focused on the role played by drug companies such as Turing Pharmaceuticals, Valeant, and Mylan. Another contributor — pharmacy benefit managers and the rebates they get from drug companies — is only now getting the attention it deserves.
Democrat Josh Newman has defeated Assemblywoman Ling Ling Chang (R-Diamond Bar) to win the race for the 29th Senate District, giving Democrats in the Legislature a two-thirds majority in both houses.
Senator Elizabeth Warren on Monday railed against legislation that would ease standards for new drugs and medical devices, saying the bill had been “hijacked” by the pharmaceutical industry.
Quotit Corporation, the leading national provider of Internet sales and marketing solutions for the health insurance and employee benefits industry, has launched a new mobile quoting app, QuotitGO. QuotitGO gives brokers the ability to quote insurance options for consumers on the go, including real-time subsidy calculations, an important distinction between QuotitGO and other apps as over 85% of Americans qualified for subsidies in 2015 when enrolling in ACA marketplace plans.