Trying to head off a new round of consumer headaches with President Barack Obama's health care law, the insurance industry said Tuesday it will give customers more time to pay their premiums for January.
Primary care doctors caring for low-income patients will face steep fee cuts next year as a temporary program in President Barack Obama's health care law expires. That could squeeze access just when millions ...
Consumers across most of America will see their health insurance premiums go up next year for popular plans available through President Barack Obama's health care law.
Immigrants are baffled by what looks like an obvious lapse on the government's health insurance website: There is no clear way to upload a copy of a green card.
President Barack Obama says the American public was not misled about certain provisions of his health care law.
The second sign-up season under President Barack Obama's health overhaul opens Saturday, and the hope is that consumers will have a positive experience this time.
(AP)—Many of the 7 million consumers who got insurance under the president's health care law will see premiums go up next year, unless they're willing to switch to another plan.
The Obama administration is announcing an $840 million grant program to help doctors and hospitals improve the quality of care delivered to patients.
One-fourth of U.S. adults with private health insurance don't have much confidence in their ability to pay for a major, unexpected medical expense.
HealthCare.gov has fixed a conspicuous translation error on its Spanish-language website that had puzzled native speakers.
(HealthDay)—Physician assistants (PAs) have an important role in the provision of health care and their role should be encouraged by appropriate state legislation, according to a report from the National ...
The Obama administration is planning to release data Tuesday on drug and medical device company payments to tens of thousands of individual doctors.
The Obama administration says consumers in most states will have more insurance options next year under the president's health care law.
The Obama administration says 7.3 million people have signed up for subsidized private health insurance under the health care law—down from 8 million reported earlier this year.
Americans suffer needless discomfort and undergo unwanted and costly care as they die, in part because of a medical system ruled by "perverse incentives" for aggressive care and not enough conversation about what people want, ...