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Obamacare's SHOP program for small businesses covers fewer than 233,000 people nationwide.
Aetna's CEO cited Germany's health care system as an example of "single-payer" after opening a debate on the model, Vox reports.
Kara McCullough, who was Miss District of Columbia, gets health coverage through her job as a federal scientist.
Twenty-three percent call the legislation a good idea, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Low-income Medicare enrollees and those with high health needs spend a larger share of their income on health costs.
Recent interviews with President Trump suggest he has a shallow understanding of health care costs and programs, Vox reports.
A top insurance executive signaled openness to government-financed health care, Vox reports.
A judge effectively killed off any practical chance of Anthem merging with Cigna on Thursday.
Manhattan Institute senior fellow Paul Howard addresses solutions to lowering costs of Obamacare insurance packages.
The fate of obamacare may be uncertain but for some americans, rapidly rising health-care costs are a sure thing.
A recent Quinnipiac University poll shows disapproval of Trump's health care reform plan and poor support for Trump's tax plan, Vox reports.
Most people who buy Obamacare plans on government exchanges get financial aid, but millions of other customers pay full price for coverage.
The rising price of medicine has led some patients to resort to Facebook for life-saving drugs, NBC News reports.
We have to give more flexibility to the states, says Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), Commerce committee chair, provides insight to the Senate's plan to tackle health care and tax reform.
Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic CEO, provides insight to health insurers concerns about the financial risks associated with the Republican health care bill, and talks about his upcoming retirement.
Health insurers don't know what the rule of the game is going to be yet, so they opted not to play, says Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic CEO, sharing his thoughts on how the Republican health care bill is impacting health insurance companies.
The American Health Care Act was approved by just 38 percent of American voters on the heels of the House passing that bill.
Republicans are passing off massive government interventions as "free market" reforms, Ben Shapiro writes in the National Review.
The arrest was blasted by the ACLU of West Virginia, which called it "horrifying."
An earlier Congressional Budget Office report estimated that 24 million more people would become uninsured under the Republican bill.
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