We're surprised it hasn't occurred to them that they could make a lot more money just eliminating the yellow all together. Entering an intersection could be a lot like playing Russian roulette!
Access to health care for millions of women is on the line if Congress fails to act and the fiscal cliff's mandatory budget cuts take effect.
No matter their political persuasion, cancer patients and caregivers will benefit from the next stages of Affordable Care Act implementation.
It is time for Americans to let the corporations we patronize and depend upon know that many of us want all workers -- especially low-wage workers -- to have civilized working conditions and access to health care. And we are willing to pay.
Although it's a few days past Thanksgiving, I'm still feeling grateful, even to much maligned federal employees. Last week bureaucrats at the Department of Health and Human Services did us a big favor by resisting pressure from insurance company executives.
We know that health reform can be complicated and time consuming. Not everyone has the time to sit down and learn the details of the new law -- even if they wanted to. But we also know that it's critical for consumers to know what's available to them and to take advantage of the benefits.
We've all known a kid who upon losing a board game would freak out, hurl the game across the room and storm off while shouting something like, "This game sucks anyway!" It's no surprise the Republicans are doing exactly that.
Historic, prediction-defying, shocking. These are some of the words used in the past week and a half to describe the outcomes of the November 6th election. Inspiring. That's the word I keep coming back to.
Many in the media reported that I said Papa John's is going to close stores and cut jobs because of Obamacare. I never said that.
CNN Legal Analyst and author of The Oath, Jeffrey Toobin, spoke with Alan Dershowitz on Friday, November 16 about the Obama administration and the S...
Disruption. Get ready to hear that word many times in the coming weeks, especially if you hang out inside the Washington beltway.
Our health care system in this country is quite adept at treating people who have a single disease. We don't have an effective set of best practices, or an essential foundation of research, to know how to take care of those who are coping with more than one condition.
The Obama administration has turned from celebrating its victory to moving forward with the rollout of the ACA. The administration and the states have to make decisions on a number of outstanding issues in order for the ACA to be implemented on schedule.
The passage of the Affordable Care Act and its implementation gives us a rare opportunity to change the way we see nutrition: food is medicine, and we have the chance to codify that belief into our health care system.
Medicare does a better job than private plans at controlling health care costs. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Medicare will lead the market in providing better quality care at a lower price.
With the elections behind us, we can determine the key policy directions that will likely shape health coverage and care for the foreseeable future. At least four are worth noting.