Monthly Archives: October 2016

Fall Enrollment Efforts Could Be Pivotal For Federal Health Law

Enlarge this image Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell at a Senate hearing in 2014. “We expect this… Continue reading »

7 Insurers Alleged To Have Discriminated Against HIV Patients

Enlarge this image Once-a-day HIV pills that combine multiple medicines, such as Truvada, are easier to take, but they can… Continue reading »

Rethinking Automatic Insurance Coverage For Preventive Health Care

Enlarge this image Mylan CEO Heather Bresch holds up an EpiPen two-pack while testifying about price increases to the House… Continue reading »

Rising Premiums Rankle People Paying Full Price For Health Insurance

Enlarge this image Shela Bryan of Hull, Ga., is looking for a new health insurance policy but has been stunned… Continue reading »

Under Health Law, Many Preventive Services For Men Are Covered, Too

Enlarge this image A federal health list specifically guarantees some women’s health coverage available without a copay or deductible, so… Continue reading »