Alex Azar Tops List to Be Next HHS Secretary
The former HHS general counsel has also been a pharmaceutical company executive.
UnitedHealth Is Bullish on Health Insurance — in South America
The Minnesota company is also happy with its Medicare and Medicaid operations.
Your Mom's Health Insurance Could Help Your Kids
How your efforts to get clients can make a lasting difference.
3 Insurance-Based Medicaid Planning Strategies
Stephen Moses says life and annuity issuers are hurting public long-term care programs.
More Obamacare Insurers Are Heading for the Exits
The author objects to the idea of tying insurer's Medicaid contract eligibility to exchange plan participation.
Illinois Senate Overrides Governor's Veto of Spending, Tax Bills
The state's Medicaid program has been competing with public employee pension plans for cash.
Illinois Rushes to Enact Budget as Threat of Junk Rating Looms
A federal judge has ordered the state to come up with cash for its Medicaid program.
Senate's Health Bill's Pain Doesn't End at Medicaid
The author thinks BCRA could lead low-income people to pay high prices for awful coverage.
Senior Care General Counsel on House Health Bill: 'Where Does That Leave the Elderly?'
The Senate could put the Medicaid money for the elderly and for other users in separate pots.
Illinois Ordered to Negotiate Over $2 Billion Medicaid Debt
During budget negotiations, the state has piled up a total of $14.9 billion in unpaid bills.