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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., the committee's ranking member, asked Cigna, CVS, Humana, OptumRx and Prime Therapeutics to testify on Capitol Hill on April 3.
If you're on Medicare, you can't put money away in a health savings account — the triple-tax advantaged account for medical costs. Trump's 2020 budget is trying to change that. What you should know.
For Trump — who promised not to cut the popular Medicare and Medicaid programs — the proposal opens another vulnerability as he tries to keep the White House.
UnitedHealth says all of its new employer-sponsored plans in 2020 will pass discounts paid to so-called pharmacy benefits managers to consumers at the drug store.
FDA chief Gottlieb leaves his post as the agency wages a pitched battle against teen smoking and tackles complex CBD regulations.
If you delayed signing up for Medicare (or parts of it) because you had a qualifying health-care plan at work, make sure you avoid a coverage gap or costly missed deadlines.
Financial planners have identified eight prime retirement income risks for those who've left the workforce and offers some guidance for reducing those risks.
If you have a flexible spending account at work and you still have money in it from 2018, you're running out of time. Here's what you need to know.
To avoid facing penalties down the road, everyone who's getting close to that milestone birthday should make sure they understand the sign-up rules and their available options.
The "Medicare-for-all" proposal, introduced by Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., will face backlash from critics who have warned about its potentially enormous cost.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley says drug prices are set in "a great deal of secrecy," and there needs to be more transparency.
"The sick people are helping to subsidize the healthy people. That's not how insurance is supposed to work.
Whether you save it, spend it or use the extra cash to pay down debt, a tax refund offers a rare opportunity to improve your financial standing.
More financial advisors are probing their clients for signs that they are at risk of making poor decisions or turning into victims of fraud or abuse.
Nearly all of President Donald Trump's would-be opponents in 2020 have staked out their support for expanding health-care coverage.
Americans spend more time traveling and waiting for health appointments than for any other service, according to a new analysis.