Millions May Lose Their Pandemic Medicaid Coverage
The expiration of a temporary pandemic measure could cause headaches for states and Medicaid enrollees.
The COVID-19 National Emergency Finally Set to End
What changes can you expect come May 11?
The End of Humira’s Monopoly
Why did it take two decades to bring a competitor to the popular but costly drug?
How the GOP Can Make Childbirth Affordable Without Breaking the Bank
A truly pro-life party should better address the financial strains new parents face.
Health System Horrors
Cori Bush’s memoir, which includes gut-wrenching stories of two abortions, illuminates the medical trials many black women endure.
What Can Be Done to Make Health Care More Efficient?
More government regulation is not the solution.
The Public Option Debate Moves to Colorado
With no hope for action by Congress, states are try to push insurers into offering plans that adhere to strict regulations. The health sector is skeptical.