President Donald Trump seemed "confused" in a meeting with senators about why the GOP health-care bill would be portrayed as a tax cut for the rich, according to The New York Times. » Read More
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The Senate's bill could thin hospitals' margins and wouldn't tackle major issues in health care, said Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove. » Read More
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AARP calls for Congress to "start from scratch" on a replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
The GOP will never be able to pass an Obamacare replacement bill until they do this one thing, says Jake Novak.
More Americans will be left with zero to few insurers selling Obamacare health plans in 2018, CMS said.
If implemented, the Senate Republican health-care bill may actually end up increasing costs compared to Obamacare, says consultant Robert Laszewski.
Michael Tanner, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, and Sam Berger, Center for American Progress, discuss whether health insurance should work the same as car insurance and how it would impact the market structure.
These Americans will be negatively affected if the Senate Republicans' health care bill become law, Vox reports.
Your age may play a key role in whether you pay higher or lower premiums under the Senate GOP's proposed health-care bill.
The Senate's six-month lockout period appears to be modeled on similar provisions in Medicaid programs in Indiana, Arizona and Kentucky.
Here are three health-care bill issues where Democrats and Republicans could actually make a deal, says Jake Novak.
The CBO's estimate of the plan's effect on the number of uninsured Americans could influence whether Republican senators support it.
More than two-thirds of patients can't fully pay hospital bills that are $500 or less, according to a study from TransUnion.
Black Medicare patients are being readmitted to hospitals at a much higher rate than white patients, according to a recent study.
The health insurance industry has so far been muted in its criticism of the Republican health care repeal efforts, Vox reports.
Conway told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday that those who will lose coverage under the Republican plan could find jobs that provide health insurance.
President Trump says Republicans aren't 'that far off' from passing an Obamacare replacement, despite at least five Republicans opposing the current bill.
Kellyanne Conway says "if they are able-bodied and they want to work, then they'll have employer-sponsored benefits like you and I do."
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