The negative polls come as the Congressional Budget Office estimates the bill would lead to 23 million more uninsured people. » Read More
Blue Cross and Blue Shield NC says it would have asked for just an 8.8 percent increase, and not almost 24 percent. » Read More
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Trump’s health care plan and budget show the scandal hiding in plain sight, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
The stakes are high around health care for Republicans in vulnerable districts, Vox reports.
For health insurers, the Congressional Budget Office's report on the House's revised American Health Care Act presents a mixed bag.
Sick Americans and older people could see costs spike under the House-passed Obamacare replacement plan.
The new Congressional Budget Office report also projects how premium prices will change under the bill.
The Congressional Budget Office will estimate how many more people would become uninsured, and how health plan prices would change.
A new technology startup called Genome Medical has a plan to address the shortage of genetic counselors.
Insurers are uncertain over the fate of cost-sharing reduction subsidies and that is expected to be reflected in prices next year.
Uncertainty over the cost-sharing subsidies have led to higher price hikes for Obamacare plans next year in some states already.
If conservatives can't change Obamacare's insurance rules, it could put the whole repeal-and-replace effort in jeopardy, Vox reports.
Trump’s budget proposal will include massive cuts to Medicaid and other anti-poverty programs, the Washington Post reported, citing sources.
The Trump administration has yet to clarify questions about funding for low-income healthcare enrollees.
The Congressional Budget Office said Friday that it will release the report on the bill's potential costs and effects on Wednesday.
Ordinary bank notes, such as dollar bills, can harbor harmful varieties of bacteria and could be spreading infectious diseases among people.
The financial aid is given to low-income Obamacare customers to help reduce their out-of-pocket health costs.
The $1.9 billion merger deal between Steward and IASIS is a reminder of the biggest reason for health care cost increases, says Jake Novak.
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