Party leaders hoping to pass the infrastructure and social policy bills in tandem look to a similar maneuver from 2010 that secured the Affordable Care Act.
A series of studies in an influential medical journal takes a close look at longstanding gaps in medical care.
A $16 billion effort to modernize health records at the Department of Veterans Affairs ran into major problems in its first installation, two watchdog reports say.
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Charging unvaccinated workers more for health coverage may seem more appealing than a mandate but could be harder to carry out.
Republicans in Congress have largely abandoned efforts to repeal the law. With the latest Supreme Court ruling, health policy now shifts to new territory.
The increase points to the program’s growing role not just as a safety net, but also as a foundation of U.S. health coverage.
Twelve states have refused to expand Medicaid, leaving millions of poor Americans without health coverage and Democrats divided over how to respond.
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