Eleven-Country Survey Shows Income Inequality in the U.S. and Lack of Access to Primary Care Could Threaten COVID-19 Recovery
Biden is likely to help more people buy health insurance on the ACA exchanges and support efforts to get more people onto Medicaid.
For all its complexity, Medicare fundamentally boils down to two choices: traditional fee-for-service or the managed care approach of Medicare Advantage.
Hospitals fear adding millions of people to Medicare will cost them billions of dollars in revenue.
At the very beginning of the pandemic, the use of telehealth went from 13,000 to 1.7 million visits per week among Medicare recipients.
Despite the ongoing debate about the ACA, enrollment and premium prices are not forecast to shift much.
One in three of symptomatic adults who tested positive for COVID-19 said they had not returned to their usual state of health 2 to 3 weeks after their tests.
Starting October 1, you’ll be able to take a sneak peek at plans available in your area.
The flu can be very serious for people who are 65 years and older. A flu shot is your best protection from getting and spreading the virus.
During the pandemic, the Social Security Administration (SSA) is taking Medicare Part B enrollment applications online for working-age people who qualify for a Special Enrollment Period.
The number of people enrolled in Medicaid nationwide rose markedly this spring as the impact of the recession caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 took hold.
New funding to boost Medicaid providers during the pandemic leaves out 1,400 community health centers, which serve more than 29 million low-income patients.
If unemployment reaches 20%, the Urban Institute forecasts Medicaid enrollment could reach as high as 62 million.
COVID-19 has done what no president or reformer could have: It forced sudden major changes to the nation’s health system that are unlikely to be reversed.
Special health insurance enrollment period set up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic ends Friday, May 8th.