Search Results

Showing results 21 - 30 of 3302.
Sort By: Date ▼

177K people signed up for federal exchange plans last week—but a glitch might have prevented more

November 7, 2019


CMS on Wednesday announced 177,082 individuals signed up for federal exchange plans during the first two days of the Affordable Care Act's current open enrollment period, and said technical glitches with HealthCare.gov might have hampered enrollment.

NIH, FBI are investigating nearly 200 suspected cases of biomedical research theft

November 7, 2019


NIH and the FBI are investigating nearly 200 cases involving scientists who allegedly stole biomedical research from U.S. institutions, including prestigious medical schools, for China and other countries.

New research questions whether Trump admin's flavored e-cigarette ban will go far enough

November 7, 2019


As the Trump administration and federal lawmakers consider a ban on flavored e-cigarettes, research published Tuesday in JAMA shows most adolescents who use e-cigarettes say they prefer to use products with fruit, mint, and menthol flavors.

Hospital-acquired conditions are down, but did CMS' penalty program play a role?

November 7, 2019


Hospital-acquired conditions (HACs) have decreased nationwide, according to a recent CDC report, but a new study published in Health Affairs suggests CMS' HAC Program is not behind the decrease.

Georgia gov. proposes partial Medicaid expansion, work requirements

November 6, 2019


Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Monday announced a proposal to seek the federal government's permission to implement a partial Medicaid expansion with work requirements in the state.

Why did FDA wait 6 weeks to tell the public about an E. coli outbreak?

November 6, 2019


An E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce infected 23 people between July and September of this year, and while CDC and FDA learned the source of the outbreak in early October, FDA did not announce the outbreak publicly until last week.

What today's elections mean for health care

November 5, 2019


Gubernatorial and legislative elections being held Tuesday in Kentucky, Mississippi, and Virginia, as well as a gubernatorial election that will be held later this month in Louisiana, could decide whether hundreds of thousands of U.S. residents have access to Medicaid coverage.

As vaping-linked illness cases exceed 1,800, medical groups are calling for action

November 5, 2019


A coalition of medical groups are calling on Congress and the Trump administration to more closely regulate tobacco and e-cigarette companies as the number of cases of a vaping-linked lung illness exceeds 1,800.

HHS looks to roll back protections for sexual orientation, gender identity in federal health grants

November 5, 2019


HHS on Friday issued a proposed rule that would allow entities that receive grants from federal health agencies to choose not to work with people based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Judge temporarily blocks policy to deny visas to immigrants without health coverage

November 5, 2019


A federal judge on Saturday temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy under which the federal government would deny immigrants visas if they cannot prove they can afford to cover their medical expenses or that they will be enrolled in health coverage.

Results Page: [Previous] 1 2 3 4 5  ... [Next]