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The jury remains out on whether the slowdown in health spending is due to Obamacare or the overall economy.
More pet owners are turning to pet insurance as a way to afford unforeseen and costly health treatments for their dog or cat.
U.S. antitrust regulators aren't sure the companies can offer enough concessions to maintain competition in the industry.
The federal government is offering state insurance regulators $22 million to use toward making sure insurers follow Obamacare rules.
Double-digit proposed price increases are the norm for key Obamacare plans in 14 major U.S. cities.
At the same time, federal health spending would decline by more than $900 billion.
UnitedHealthcare will cover travel and lodging costs of donors, even if they aren't a customer.
U.K. state pension increases and ring-fenced heath spending would be in danger if voters chose the Brexit, the Prime Minister told the Observer.
Despite the drop in the use of painkillers by hurt workers, such medications remain commonly prescribed to them in many states.
The expansion of Medicaid in many states has driven down the average amount of debt sent to collection agencies in many areas.
New rules would limit a person from using short-term health plans to no longer than three months.
To reform Obamacare and empower consumers, the next president should focus on these three areas, says Rita Numerof.
Insurance plans sold on Obamacare marketplaces were projected to see lower price hikes than plans sold outside.
Nearly half of all poor Texans still lack health insurance despite coverage gains in other segments of the population since the fall of 2013.
Employers have until June 30 to file documents detailing their offer of health coverage to their workers.
Most customers said they got care they couldn't previously afford, and also were able to see doctors fairly quickly.
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