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Why 2 Republican AGs just urged an appeals court to save the ACA

April 3, 2019


Two Republican state attorneys general are calling on a federal appeals court to uphold the Affordable Care Act, as President Trump and GOP congressional leaders work to establish their plan of action if the case challenging the law ultimately reaches the Supreme Court, and the law is struck down.

How some doctors keep practicing medicine—even after surrendering their licenses

April 1, 2019


The United States' medical licensing system does not always preclude a doctor who surrenders a license in one state from practicing in another—potentially allowing physicians with a problematic past to continue seeing patients, according to an investigation by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, USA Today and MedPage Today.

Judge deals 2nd blow this week to Trump admin health regulations

March 29, 2019


A federal judge on Thursday blocked the Trump administration's final rule to expand U.S. residents' access to association health plans—marking the second time this week a judge has ruled against one of the administration's health care moves.

Trump promises health plan 'far better than Obamacare' if ACA is struck down, but provides no details

March 29, 2019


President Trump on Wednesday told reporters that Republicans will "have a plan that is far better than Obamacare" if the Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable Care Act.

A judge just struck down Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas, Kentucky. Here's what that means.

March 28, 2019


A federal judge on Wednesday struck down Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas and Kentucky—a decision that some legal experts say could eventually wind up before the Supreme Court.

The entire ACA should be struck down, DOJ argues in 'stunning' reversal

March 26, 2019


The Department of Justice in a legal filing Monday said a federal appeals court should strike down the entire Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional, changing its previous position that the court should only strike down parts of the law.

Do noncompete clauses force doctors to 'ghost' their own patients?

March 22, 2019


Physicians' contracts increasingly include noncompete clauses intended to protect their employers' business interests—but some physicians and legal scholars say the clauses can effectively prevent patients from seeing their preferred doctors.

In the states: San Francisco proposes e-cigarette ban, New Mexico Legislature passes Medicaid buy-in proposal, and more

March 22, 2019


American Health Line rounds up the latest health care news in the states.

Trump admin faces third legal challenge over Medicaid work requirements

March 21, 2019


Three advocacy groups on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for approving a Medicaid waiver in New Hampshire that allows the state to eliminate retroactive Medicaid coverage and impose work requirements on certain beneficiaries.

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