The states have been expanding the number of residents eligible for Medicaid ever since ObamaCare created the regulatory ability to do so, and even so-called Red States are moving to put more people on the dole.
The medical profession needs a doctor — stat. This conclusion is inescapable, with stories about how fewer people are entering medicine, leading to a physician shortage; and, more shockingly, about how many doctors are leaving the field for greener pastures. The reasons? Demoralizing, stifling government bureaucracy; the rise of STEM jobs; and younger generations that value status over service.
While "Medicare for all" may sound inexpensive and full-care, it is really quite expensive and hard to access.
Two whistleblowers are claiming that they were virtually run out of a Veterans Affairs hospital in Jennings, Louisiana, after they reported widespread corruption.
The Trump administration has proposed doing away with an Obama-era rule allowing states to withhold union dues from Medicaid payments to home healthcare providers.
More small businesses will be able to join together to seek low-cost health insurance under new rules issued by the Trump administration.
Vermont will require all residents to have health insurance by 2020, despite the national backlash against ObamaCare's individual mandate that demanded the same requirement of all Americans. Just days after Vermont signed its individual mandate into law, New Jersey followed suit. The two states now join Massachusetts, which has had a similar mandate in place for years. The laws prove that the federal government is not the only government capable of overreach.
Nancy Pelosi seems blind to the news that Medicare faces bankruptcy in eight years, as she puts "Medicare for All" on the legislative agenda should Democrats regain the House in November.
President Trump signed into law legislation that gives terminally ill patients the right to try experimental treatments that have not yet been approved by the FDA.
A group of think tanks wants Congress to pursue their version of ObamaCare repeal this year, but Congress seems unlikely to do so.