Covid-19 has driven down Americans’ demand for senior care facilities. Building support for more elders to remain at home requires systemic changes.
The measure is likely to become the subject of negotiations later in the year over government spending and debt.
Randomized, evidence-based trials, long required for new drugs, are now underway for government policy initiatives.
Health care workers are crucial to our society, yet we reward them with low wages and dangerous conditions.
The lawsuit, filed by the state attorney general and other prosecutors, accuses Brookdale Senior Living of gaming Medicare’s ubiquitous star-rating system.
The lawsuit, filed by the state attorney general and other prosecutors, says Brookdale Senior Living gamed Medicare’s ubiquitous star-rating system.
Nursing homes have manipulated the influential star system in ways that have masked deep problems — and left them unprepared for Covid-19.
There is more financial assistance for more people seeking coverage. And many people who are already covered can get discounts, too, if they sign up.
With its expanded subsidies for health plans under the Affordable Care Act, the coronavirus relief bill makes insurance more affordable, and puts health care on the ballot in 2022.
With its expanded subsidies for health plans under the Affordable Care Act, the coronavirus relief bill makes plans more affordable, and puts health care on the ballot in 2022.
‘Medicare for all’ and the public option were hot topics during primary season, but the politics of passing those “gets tricky really fast.”
The Biden administration is trying to make the health care law more generous and closer to its original design, but may disappoint progressive allies hoping for more.
Commutations in high-profile Medicare fraud cases have elicited anger among those who spent years pursuing complex prosecutions.
Senate control opens up new possibilities, but the party will still need to contend with arcane rules and the challenges of a narrow majority.