New year, new tax brackets. The IRS is updating its individual income tax brackets for 2019 and making a few other inflation-adjusted changes. What it means for you. » Read More
Sign-ups for Affordable Care Act coverage are low this year and Democrats are blaming changes that took effect this year. The Trump administration scaled back the program's ad budget by 90 percent to $10 million last year. » Read More
By: Jill Cornfield
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Americans spent $3.5 trillion on health care last year, a 3.9 percent increase over the prior year and the smallest annual increase since 2013.
The tightest U.S. labor market in nearly 50 years could be another contributor to the steep drop in Obamacare sign-ups in some states, as more Americans get health insurance as a benefit from their employer.
Before the calendar flips to 2019 and the threshold for the deduction rises, you might be able to take these steps and still get the write-off.
"There's a way to get all of that digitally on your phone," along with the coupons and ExtraBucks rewards, CVS CEO Larry Merlo tells CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
With the specifics of plans changing from year to year, it's important to ensure that your 2018 coverage makes sense for 2019.
Parents who took out student loans for children who became disabled might get some relief.
According to the newly released Global Nutrition Report, malnutrition and obesity are costly problems worldwide.
This week the Trump administration proposed allowing Medicare Part D pharmacy drug plans to be more selective on branded drugs from what are known as the six special therapeutic classes, which include cancer treatments and H-I-V antiviral drugs.
Chanos reveals he's targeting four stocks in two industries: fast food and health care. He also blasts his old punching bag Tesla.
Anthem reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, largely due to lower medical costs, prompting the health insurer to raise its full-year profit forecast.
Centene has been forced to lower its 2018 forecast because of an acquisition delay and extra costs.
Drug manufacturers are using several schemes to "hamstring biosimilar competition," and FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb worries pharmacy benefit managers have been "complacent participants" in them.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a 30.6 percent rise in quarterly profit, driven by growth across its businesses.
The number of health-care deals rose 16 percent last year, while value surged 27 percent, according to a new report from Bain & Company.