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Trump's Medicaid director, Mary Mayhew, resigns. Here's why.

January 7, 2019


Mary Mayhew, CMS' deputy administrator and director of the Center for Medicaid and CHIP, is leaving the agency after a short tenure to run Florida's health care agency.

Federal exchange signups declined by 3% from last year, CMS says

January 7, 2019


CMS data show more than 8.4 million U.S. residents signed up for federal exchange plans during the Affordable Care Act's latest open enrollment period, down by about 3% from the 8.7 million U.S. residents who signed up for exchange plans during the previous open enrollment period.

Why these food additives are banned in Europe—but not in the United States.

January 7, 2019


The New York Times' "Well" rounds up a list of food additives linked to cancer and other health problems that are banned in the European Union but commonly used in the United States—despite calls to ban them.

The 5 most common cybersecurity threats—and 10 strategies to help prevent them, according to HHS

January 7, 2019


HHS last month released guidance identifying five most common cybersecurity threats in health care, as well as 10 ways for health care providers to reduce cybersecurity risks.

2018's best (and worst) physicians, according to Medscape

January 7, 2019


Medscape's 2018 "Physicians of the Year" list recognizes the doctors the publication considers the "best" doctors of the past year and those the publication considers the "worst."

Weekly Line: The 3 biggest health care stories in 2019, according to top experts

January 4, 2019


In 2018, CMS and state legislatures drove a lot of change in the health care industry, with states implementing Medicaid's first work requirements, the federal government usheringin new value-based payment models, and more.

Shutdown, Day 14: The House passed a bill to reopen the government. (But it's going nowhere fast.)

January 4, 2019


The House on Thursday passed a spending measure that would end a partial federal shutdown that affects some health agencies, but President Trump has said he would veto the bill, and without his support, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will not bring the bill for a vote in the Senate.

The little-known way consumers could challenge surprise medical bills in court

January 4, 2019


Many consumers get hit with surprise medical bills that can cost them thousands of dollars, but some legal experts believe consumers should be protected from surprise bills under provisions of contract law.

State AGs, House Democrats seek to overturn ruling declaring ACA unconstitutional

January 4, 2019


Sixteen states and the District of Columbia are appealing a federal judge's ruling that struck down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional.

US adults are getting heavier—but not growing taller. See the trends, charted.

January 4, 2019


A report from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics shows U.S. adults in 2016 on average weighed more than at any point since 1999, but had not grown taller.

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