The Affordable Care Act has inadvertently caused a shift in how people pay for medical services. While hospitals now want to make patients pay upfront because of mounting hospital debts the under-covered are unable to pay, some primary care physicians opt to have patients pay for services like sick visits to provide better care.
Hawaii is set to be the first American state with a law requiring insurance companies to cover costs of in vitro fertilization in surrogates and single women.
A new study looks into the effects of having freelance jobs to the mental health and function of the brain.
Most millennials are worried about how the new GOP health care bill will affect their capabilities in securing health insurances.
Even with so many criticisms over the replacement for the Affordable Care Act, the rich seem to fare better with the benefits of the Republican Health Plan.
According to the House Republicans, the American Health Care Act, replacement to Obamacare is just a first step in improving health care in the United States. The Democrats, on the other hand, is eager to battle the trump-backed US health care.
The much-awaited bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare will be introduced by Republicans this week.
Democrats are charging House Republicans from keeping their Obamacare repeal and replacing legislation under lock and key making it unavailable to the public.
Will Trump's new insurance act be good enough to replace Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act?
Lawmakers explained that with 500,000 ineligible immigrants receiving Obamacare, they doubt the IRS will be able to recover the money.
Managed-care and health insurance giant Centene Corp. publicly announced its current internal efforts of retrieving lost medical records of its 950, 000 clients.
The United States Census Bureau revealed that 42 million Americans did not have health insurance in 2013.
A new study is reporting that health insurance is still not affordable for everyone living in the United States.
The majority of Americans reported worrying about medical costs, a new survey released by Bankrate.com found.
In a new study, researchers found that Medicaid-insured adults are more likely to visit emergency rooms.