Pandemic-related policies made it easier for states to afford to cover more people and made that coverage more stable for millions of Americans who rely on the program for health care.
Judge Reed O'Connor ruled in a case that coverage for HIV prevention medicine PrEP violated the religious freedom of the plaintiffs. It is unclear whether the order will extend nationwide.
More Nigerians should be encouraged to have health insurance to reduce the burden of treating facial injuries.
A pending bill in Colorado would disclose donor information to children and their parents and set limits on how many families can use a single individual’s egg or sperm.
When states reduce barriers for low-income children to get coverage, their mothers are more likely to be married and less likely to smoke.
Most states have taken advantage of the opportunity to expand access to Medicaid since 2014 through the Affordable Care Act. That’s helping reduce the number of uninsured people.
World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 this year comes at a time when a key step to removing financial barriers to PrEP access in the U.S. faces legal challenges.
The Affordable Care Act has allowed many preventive health services, including cancer screenings and vaccines, to be free of charge. But legal challenges may lead to costly repercussions for patients.
Ending the opioid epidemic requires addressing not only treatment gaps in addiction and overdose, but also inadequate pain management.
Two economists explain what insurers can and can’t do to factor vaccination status into their coverage and rates.
The FDA approved Alzheimer’s disease drug aducanumab despite minimal evidence of its efficacy. Whether this decision ultimately hurts or helps patients depends on data researchers don’t yet have.
Both are essential on a farm, but the costs are making it harder for young farmers to grow their businesses.
The US health system costs roughly twice as much as the Australian system per person. Despite this, the US has lower life expectancy than Australia.
Often the main differences among plans involve a long list of varying deductibles, co-pays and other out-of-pocket expenses, which can be tough to analyze.
New Zealanders have, in principle, access to free healthcare. But inequality is a major issue, affecting Māori and Pasifika communities and New Zealanders living with disabilities or in poverty.
For millions, the ACA is making a big difference during the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19 cases among college students are inevitable. If you’re a college student – or the parent of one – you need to know who’s going to foot the bill if they get sick.
Studies repeatedly have shown that health care in general and the high cost of drugs in particular are among the top concerns of US voters. But with coronavirus, the issue may fade from prominence.
Help is out there for those many who have lost health insurance because of the pandemic. You can thank Obamacare.
COVID19 threatens to reverse years of Indonesia’s positive trends in poverty alleviation. We highlight lessons from past policies to prevent another poverty hike during the pandemic.