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UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reports profit that more than doubled from a year earlier, driven by a one-time tax benefit.
Nearly 70 percent of voters said they want President Donald Trump and Republicans to work on improvements to Obamacare.
Even after the auction of the Enigma machine, Shkreli still owes New York state more than $450,000 in taxes, his lawyer says.
The U.S. will allow states to test requiring some Medicaid recipients to work or participate in community activities as a condition of eligibility.
The nominee to head Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, says he doesn't think drug price negotiations would bring Medicare costs down.
Ken Frazier said Merck would favor Amazon getting into the drug delivery business if it makes the delivery system more efficient.
Infants in America are 76 percent more likely to die before age 1 than counterparts in other wealthy countries.
Many Americans are using their checks from Uncle Sam to cover health care costs.
During a discussion about Obamacare with House Speaker Paul Ryan, Trump kept trying to talk about golf, according to a new book.
Obamacare insurers are on track to return to their pre-Affordable Care Act performance levels, a new analysis says.
The priciest Minnesota hospital charges as much as five times more for a hip replacement than the least expensive hospital does.
The Trump administration proposed rules to facilitate the interstate sale of health insurance policies.
Mitt Romney should use his likely future Senate seat to pass a real Obamacare replacement and not just to bash Trump, says Jake Novak.
Two enrollment periods are now open for people who missed their initial signup or want to switch from an Advantage Plan to original Medicare.
Pharmaceutical companies may have missclassified nearly 900 drugs for Medicaid's drug rebate program, leading to underpayments for years.
The general rule is that you must use your FSA money by Dec. 31 or lose it. Here's how to knock down the balance.
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