How the Airline Industry Recovers From Covid-19 Could Determine Who Gets Organ Transplants

Due to COVID-19, direct flights used for carrying donor organs long distances are down 65%, which can put life-saving organs out of reach.

Access & Affordability

If Obamacare Goes Away, Here Are Eight Ways Your Life Will be Affected

More than 20 million Americans will lose coverage if the Affordable Care Act is overturned — and that's just the beginning.

Access & Affordability

Without Ginsburg, Judicial Threats to the ACA, Reproductive Rights Heighten

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg puts Obamacare, abortion rights and brith control at risk.

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With No Legal Guardrails for Patients, Ambulances Drive Surprise Medical Billing

Out-of-network bills leave some patients thinking twice before calling an ambulance.

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For COVID Tests, the Question of Who Pays Comes Down to Interpretation

Promises of free tests are being rolled back in ways that are creating turmoil for consumers, even as testing has become more plentiful.

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2021 Health Plans Granted Leeway to Limit Consumers’ Benefit From Drug Coupons

Consumers face the possibility of higher drug costs under a federal rule finalized this spring by the Trump administration.

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Health Care Access for Transgender Women

Health care is complicated for everyone, but trans women face extra hurdles.

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Congress Said COVID-19 Tests Should Be Free — But Who’s Paying?

Congress passed a law to make novel coronavirus testing free to people, but some people who get health insurance from their employer may be facing costs since they are self-insured health plans.

Your Health

How A Company Misappropriated Native American Culture to Sell Health Insurance

People looking for lower cost health insurance may lead them to options that are scams not regulated by state insurance rules. These plans likely don’t meet ACA requirements and can leave people with very high health care the “insurance” won’t pay for, pa

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Surprise Medical Bills Continue During Coronavirus Time, and Congress Still Misses Major Points

Surprise bills typically occur when patients get caught between their insurer and their provider.

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What Are 'Surprise Medical Bills'? Six Ways to Address Unexpected Health-Care Costs

If you think that having “good insurance” will protect you from surprise medical bills, think again.

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Analysis: Who Profits From Steep Medical Bills? The People Tasked With Fixing Them

Every politician condemns the phenomenon of "surprise" medical bills. But no one with authority in Washington has done much of anything about it.

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Beyond Burnout: Docs Decry ‘Moral Injury’ From Financial Pressures Of Health Care

The excessive testing, Corl said, stemmed from a model of emergency care that forces doctors to practice "fast and loose medicine."

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