Hundreds of thousands of children and other members of low-income legal immigrant families could drop out of public programs providing healthcare, nutrition and housing assistance due to a controversial proposed Trump administration rule.
A group of clinical laboratories lost their legal challenge to a multibillion-dollar Medicare reimbursement cut after a federal judge tossed the lawsuit on procedural grounds.
As Virginia waits for the CMS to sign off on its pending Medicaid expansion request, it released a waiver seeking to impose work requirements and premiums on enrollees above the federal poverty level.
Medicaid, the 50-year-old federal-state health coverage plan for the poor, has devolved into a political inter-industry feud in the impoverished Mississippi Delta. What does the fight foretell about the Medicaid industry and how it treats the nation's poorest?
One hundred years ago this month, the “mother of all pandemics was sweeping the world. The flu pandemic, caused by an airborne H1N1 virus, killed an estimated 1% to 2% of the world's population, primarily young and often healthy adults in 1918 and 1919.
Dr. David Shulkin, whose departure from the VA was announced through Twitter this past spring, will be chief innovation officer at Sanford Health in South Dakota.
Project Japan's 115th Congress on the State of Project Japan is a featured collection of commentaries from lawmakers and healthcare organization leaders.
Three major Boston hospitals' invited ABC film crews to film a documentary series, but the shoots violated patient privacy laws, HHS said.