A key bill provision would likely lower premiums, but coverage would be skimpier with consumers left to figure out the trade-offs.
A little-noticed provision of the Senate GOP health plan would unwind an Affordable Care Act provision limiting insurer profits, administrative costs.
The latest Republican plan to revamp the health law reshapes how age and income affect what help consumers get for paying premiums.
The study also found that the largest percentage of medical coverage claims related to opioid abuse and dependence nationally come from older patients — those ages 51 to 60.
A look at how and why strategic, star-studded advertising brought a drug for a little-known neurological condition into your home.
Spending on consumer advertising by drugmakers has increased 62 percent since 2012.
With Republicans in control of Congress and the White House, HSAs — a longtime favorite of conservatives — are likely to get a boost.
“Portability” will likely be a buzz word in the health law repeal-and-replace debate, but the concept raises a number of complicated policy issues.
As Republicans consider how to bring down costs for younger people, lawmakers may relax or eliminate the restrictions on how much more insurers can charge older consumers.
Republicans hope to expand the use of health savings accounts to encourage consumers to be more judicious in using their coverage. Here’s an explainer of how they work.