Results from a national survey show that one-third of American adults use complementary medicine practices or products, including yoga, fish oils, massage therapy and ginseng.
Nearly four in 10 organizations that offer health insurance through state exchanges also operate a Medicaid managed care plan in the same state, offering an opportunity for continuous coverage for low-income consumers.
In what may be the biggest breach in healthcare, as many as 80 million records of current and former Anthem customers have been hacked, The New York Times reported.
A group of the top U.S. health systems, payers and stakeholders has formed the Health Care Transformation Task Force, a private-sector alliance aimed at accelerating the healthcare industry's transformation to value-based care
To save money, almost 8% of U.S. adults did not take their medication as prescribed, according to National Center for Health Statistics report.
Indiana will become the 28th state, plus the District of Columbia, to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner, a life-long public health advocate tapped to lead the $820 billion federal agency, will step down from her role at the end of February.
Arkansas and Iowa, two GOP-led states, have received approval for customized options for Medicaid expansion that include cost-sharing provisions for beneficiaries.
About 87% of all enrollees during the first month of open enrollment on healthcare.gov were eligible for financial assistance, compared to 80% during a similar time frame in 2014.
Texas, which has almost 1 million residents in the coverage gap, has inquired about Medicaid expansion, while Arizona faces a renewed challenge to its existing expansion program.