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Just 5 percent of the children in the United States lack insurance, down from 15 percent in 1997.
"Obamacare has been broken. It's a broken promise," Trump said, as he accused Democrats of obstructing health-care reform efforts.
The risk of insurers departing Obamacare markets has grown as the Trump administration pushes for a major health-care reform law.
A small nonprofit health insurance plan in suburban Minneapolis provides health insurance to 700,000 people, Vox reports.
The ability to pay for health-care needs is — and will remain — one of the most critical issues of retirement.
PwC’s Barbara Gniewek says large employers aren’t planning any big surprises when it comes to health plans next year. The trend toward high deductible plans seems to be losing steam, not because of health reform in Washington, but because competitive health benefits are a must in a tight labor market.
Large employers aren't looking to make big changes in worker health coverage next year.
Roche-backed Foundation Medicine will bring its genomic sequencing of tumors to China in the third quarter.
The drop-off appears steeper than 2016, but there are questions about how the Trump administration is counting the numbers.
A vote on the bill could come after the Congressional Budget Office estimates how it would affect the number of uninsured people.
Obamacare has enabled many working-class Americans to get transitional coverage to take on a new job or career, N.Y. Times reports.
CMS said it wants ideas for making rules about insurance markets more "flexible" and "streamlined."
This Obamacare provision is set to jack up the price of employer health insurance plans. The GOP must kill it, says James Gelfand.
How healthy you are can affect your ability to save for retirement, how soon you retire, and your Social Security claiming strategy.
Ezekiel Emanuel, University of Pennsylvania, and "Prescription for the Future" author, talks about addressing uncertainty surrounding the future of America's health care system.
Insurers are departing some markets or requesting higher rates because the administration will not guarantee key Obamacare reimbursements.