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Latest Avalere Health Items
The Obama administration's health care rollout may have been rockier than expected this week because so many states refused to cooperate, leaving the federal government to run far more exchanges than initially planned, according to analysts studying the Affordable Care Act.
Religiously devout employers who object to insuring contraceptives for their employees under President Obama's new health care law are closer to resolving — either through compromise or through the courts — their long-standing fight with the Obama administration under the banner of religious freedom.
Dozens of people sat shoulder-to-shoulder in the basement of a downtown Washington library this week, hoping to gain an edge in their bids to help uninsured city residents navigate President Obama's health care law this fall and beyond.
Confused about the federal budget struggle? So are doctors, hospital administrators and other medical professionals who serve the 100 million Americans covered by Medicare and Medicaid.
A new study says basic prescription drug coverage could vary dramatically from state to state under President Obama's health care overhaul.
A new study says basic prescription drug coverage could vary dramatically from state to state under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
The Obama administration has strengthened the prescription drug coverage that will be available to the millions of people who will get insurance through the nation's new health care overhaul starting late next year.
Chemotherapy is now available in a pill, but if you have Medicare, you may not be able to afford it.
Seniors with high drug costs will soon have more options to help them cope with Medicare's prescription coverage gap.