Month: December 2018
Here’s What a Judge Can – and – Can’t Do in Ruling on the Justice Department’s Deal with CVS and...
A federal judge is considering halting the integration of CVS Health and Aetna — even though the two companies closed their merger last week.
More Undocumented Immigrants in California Would Get Health Care Under Democrats’ Plan
Influential Democratic state lawmakers are re-introducing bills Monday to give immigrants without legal status access to Medi-Cal, California’s health care program for low-income people.
Three of the lawmakers who will lead the House next year as Congress focuses on skyrocketing drug costs are among the biggest recipients of campaign contributions from the pharmaceutical industry, a new KHN analysis shows.
Momentum is building among House Democrats for a more moderate alternative to single-payer health-care legislation.
Decline in California’s Uninsured Rate Among Kids has Stagnated, Raising Concerns
Los Angeles pediatrician Ilan Shapiro has seen a dramatic turnaround in how young patients get their health care since 2014, when the Affordable Care Act went into full effect.