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Obamacare plans often have comparable premiums and deductibles to employer-based coverage for lower-income customers.
Fewer smokers quit when tobacco surcharges were lower for Obamacare plans, a new study shows.
Poor people now have lower overall health spending than other income groups, reversing a longtime pattern.
Doctors now authorized to write buprenorphine prescriptions to 100 patients can go up to 275 patients under new rules.
The decision to place HealthyCT under supervision means that 40,000 people will have to find a new health plan by next year.
NHS' funding deficit problems would have required it to adopt new measures and reforms regardless of Brexit, says Frost & Sullivan's Rhenu Bhuller.
The Australian government has disenfranchised its voters particularly on the issue of superannuation changes, explains Altair AM's Philip Parker.
The new 11.1 million tally comes as some insurers are proposing double-digit percentage hikes for health plans next year.
If regulators block Anthem's merger with Cigna, the insurance companies may be better off just walking away, analysts said.
The average national cost for a routine vaginal delivery is $8,775, and $11,525 for c-sections.
The country is now effectively evenly split when it comes to how the Affordable Care Act is viewed.
Stifel Nicolaus started coverage on Cigna with a buy rating and a $169 target on shares, based on the current Anthem deal value.
Health regulators are proposing to make some Medicare drug payments based on how well those medications work for patients.
The GOP's Obamacare alternative doesn't address the biggest problem in health care spending that is driving up costs, says Dr. Jeff Segal.
The targets include those who paid the Obamacare penalty or who claimed an exemption to having health coverage.
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