With no fix in omnibus budget bill, insurers set to hike premiums, rethink selling individual plans
In a blow to health insurers, the House on Thursday passed a $1.3 trillion, two-year omnibus spending bill that didn’t include funding for cost-sharing reduction payments or a federal reinsurance program.
Medical Research, Drug Treatment And Mental Health Are Winners In New Budget Bill
The big budget deal reached this week in the House doesn’t include a long-sought-after provision to stabilize the Affordable Care Act marketplaces.
Amid opioid epidemic, New York eases access to detox services
Albany Times Union
New York is taking new actions in the fight against the deadly and growing opioid epidemic.
The hidden reasons your health-care costs are skyrocketing
The biggest issue for health care today is that there’s limited transparency into the cost or quality of care.
Bad flu season impacted nation’s hospitals, including in Syracuse
The worst flu season in nearly a decade has taken a toll on the nation’s hospitals. The facilities have been on the front lines, dealing with a flood of patients that in some areas has reached crisis levels.