In a bid to save money, including new ObamaCare health-insurance fees, employers are increasingly dropping health coverage for employees' spouses.
Concierge medicine and its more modest iteration, "direct pay" medicine, are looking more and more attractive to both doctors and patients fed up with dealing with the complexities and difficulties of Medicare and insurance companies.
A new IRS regulation states that the least expensive health insurance plan available under ObamaCare will cost the average family $20,000 per year in 2016.
ObamaCare allows insurers to charge smokers up to 50 percent more for coverage than nonsmokers, potentially pricing older smokers out of the insurance market altogether.
Faced with severe healthcare changes brought on by ObamaCare, one Pennsylvania hospital will be closing its obstetrics program by the end of March, forcing prospective mothers to look elsewhere to deliver their babies.
The IRS has fired a shot across the bow of employers hoping to remain free of ObamaCare’s employer mandate by adhering to the letter, but not the spirit, of the law. The agency’s message: Don’t even think about it.
A federal judge has ruled that the state of Oklahoma may cut contracts with Planned Parenthood for a federal nutrition program the abortion giant administered to low-income women and children.
Within days of each other two federal appeals courts have issued conflicting decisions in lawsuits against the contraception mandate.
Will the Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Catholic nuns that operates homes for the aged, be driven from the United States by ObamaCare? According to the Daily Caller, it is a distinct possibility.
As if health insurance premiums weren’t rising quickly enough already, ObamaCare — sold as a way to reduce healthcare costs — is going to make them jump another $63 per person per year beginning in 2014.
Responding to a “devastating” new medical device tax, lawmakers are scrambling to delay ObamaCare’s latest job-killing provision.