By Ashley Lopez, KUT Texas’ bipartisan effort to shield patients from surprise medical bills could be weaker than lawmakers intended when..
By Steven Findlay A new California law that reclassifies some independent contractors as employees, requiring they be offered a range of..
By: Ross Margulies, Foley Hoag On September 17, 2019, Tennessee released its proposal to block grant most of the funding the state’s..
By Lauren Weber This was supposed to be the year Medicaid expansion finally happened in Kansas. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly, elected..
By Markian Hawryluk Wyoming, the reddest of Republican states and a bastion of free enterprise, thinks it may have found a..
By Steven Findlay Felicia Morrison is eager to find a health plan for next year that costs less than the..
Schools in Northwest Florida will be able to offer mental health services to students through a new telehealth program. Bay,..
California’s attorney general touted a legal victory this week against drugmakers who he said made secretive, backroom deals to keep..
By: Anna M. Timmerman and Timothy J. Fry – McGuire Woods The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently took the..
By Phil Galewitz Seeking a solution to the soaring costs of drugs, Colorado, Florida and Vermont are making plans to import..
By Samantha Young and Ana B. Ibarra Claire Haas and her husband are at a health insurance crossroads. If they were single, each..