Two pension funds that own stock in Centene Corp. are suing the health insurer and certain directors and officers, claiming Centene acquired Health Net in 2016 for $6 billion without fully disclosing the company's significant financial problems.
Health insurers blasted a Texas federal judge's decision to strike down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional and moved quickly to ensure plan members that their insurance coverage will stay unchanged during the long legal fight.
A federal judge still hasn't finalized his controversial decision to overturn Obamacare, leaving government and industry unclear on their next steps.
A federal judge's ruling invalidating the Affordable Care Act has yet again plunged the industry into an era of uncertainty. But industry groups aren't yet focused on long-term contingency plans as they hope an appeal will save the law.
A federal judge in Texas on Friday struck down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional, ruling that the law's individual mandate could not be severed from the rest of President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare law. The White House says the ACA will stand during the appeals process.
The Food and Drug Administration's new guidance should create a clear path for generic makers of insulin to enter the market. But some say it will do little to reverse its rising cost.
The Supreme Court avoided a high-profile case by rejecting appeals from Kansas and Louisiana in their effort to strip Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood, over the dissenting votes of three justices.
A House panel will question ONC leaders about progress the agency is making on implementing the 21st Century Cures Act.
The CMS issued a final rule that allows the agency to continue the normal operations of the Affordable Care Act risk-adjustment program for 2018.
Idaho's highest court will hear arguments in January in a lawsuit seeking to block the state's voter-approved Medicaid expansion.
Two major hospital groups and three health systems sued the Trump administration over the site-neutral payment policy due to go into effect Jan. 1.
Of the 148 applications the GAO analyzed, reviewers granted orphan status to 26 that were missing required information.