The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate have both passed measures to halt the use of "gag clauses" by insurers and pharmacy benefit managers. President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bills soon.
Congress finalized its deal on opioids legislation, including one long-shot measure to free up Medicaid funds for inpatient addiction treatment.
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?
The Office of Management and Budget is taking a look at a proposed rule aiming to end the practice of data-blocking.
A Mississippi state senator has introduced a bill to expand Medicaid every year since Obamacare went into effect, but so far it's been off the table. The 2019 governor's race could change the picture.
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Shuttled between prison and the healthcare system, AIDS patient Johnny Wells' story is symbolic of the cracks that exist in a fractured Medicaid program.
Negotiations over the final bicameral opioids package are snagged on controversial provisions, and a final agreement could get delayed through the weekend.
Addiction medicine experts have raised concerns that the Senate opioid bill passed this week is another missed opportunity to make the most impact toward combating the crisis.
A push by Big Pharma to claw back Medicare Part D donut hole money as part of the opioids package has hit sharp Democratic opposition.
Two top Democrats on the House Oversight Committee want to subpoena the Trump administration's documents around its Medicaid work requirement policy. HHS officials haven't responded to their previous requests for information.