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A new study shows that even as job-based health insurance prices slow, workers are paying a bigger share of the costs.
Premiums for Harvard's employee health plan will drop even as the Ivy League school imposes deductibles and co-insurance for the first time.
The percentage of people lacking health insurance has reached new lows amid Obamacare's ongoing sign-up season.
This year’s flu season is shaping up to be as bad as expected. That's good news for drug stores, but insurers and others could suffer.
The flu has hit "epidemic" levels, but there are still some steps you can take to limit your chances of getting infected this season.
Florida so far has rejected expanding Medicaid benefits to nearly all poor adults, but several factors could change that soon.
This will be the first year that Obamacare's tax rules, including penalties, will go into effect. The NYT reports.
HHS Secretary Sylvia Burwell won't say whether she has contingency plans for a possible Supreme Court decision invalidating HealthCare.gov subsidies.
The tally reflects a surge in sign-ups that occurred in advance of HealthCare.gov's Dec. 15 deadline for enrolling in plans that take effect Jan. 1.
Express Scripts says its largest plan will cover only AbbVie's hepatitis C regimen, excluding drugs from Gilead and J&J.
This flu season is ramping up earlier than last year's, NBC News reports.
Obamacare will shrink the gap between uninsured rates of different racial groups, but expanding Medicaid nationally would shrink the differences more.
Monday is the deadline for most Americans to sign up for Obamacare plans that take effect Jan. 1.
So-called Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber has been slapped with a congressional subpoena seeking information on his Obamacare work and income.
Andrew Cuomo told New York insurers that gender reassignment must be covered as is required under state law, reports the New York Times.
Discovering and developing new treatments for diseases is notoriously expensive, but now it could be becoming slightly more financially rewarding.
Jonathan Gruber apologized repeatedly for a series of verbal gaffes about Obamacare, but urged people not to hold it against the law itself.
The cost of job-based health coverage, including premiums and deductibles, has outpaced wage growth in the past decade, squeezing household budgets.
New health insurer Oscar will pay customers up to $20 per month to meet goals offered up by a free wearable fitness device.
Large employers could find themselves facing worker lawsuits for violating health-reform laws under the Affordable Care Act.
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