In a 7-2 decision, the court said the Affordable Care Act grants the federal government power to "identify and create exemptions from its own guidelines."
Since March, thousands of COVID-related complaints regarding health care facilities have poured into the nation’s network of federal and state OSHA offices.
It was the first major abortion case heard by Supreme Court since the addition of two new conservative justices.
To address the estimated $54 billion deficit in the 2020-21 state budget, the deal relies partly on drawing down state cash reserves and rainy day funds.
Nursing home deaths have critics saying it’s time to rethink the institutional model for elder care. Is that possible?
The pandemic could drive up Medicaid enrollment by 16%.
The disease’s “long-haulers” have endured relentless waves of debilitating symptoms—and disbelief from doctors and friends.
Senior Citizens in Subsidized Housing Have Been Dying Alone at Home, Unnoticed Because of Coronavirus Distancing
The patchwork system of well-being checks in some of Chicago’s public and subsidized housing was not enough to prevent deaths in heartbreaking circumstances.
Now that COVID-19 has slammed the health care industry, especially the small practices that are barely seeing patients, California is likely to see a lot of health care system mergers.
Providers and patients alike are eager for dental services to resume. But experts worry about the risks of Covid-19.
Pre-existing health conditions like hypertension and heart disease—which can make Covid-19 more difficult to overcome—are more prevalent in certain regions.
State Medicaid directors say that without immediate funding, many of the health facilities that serve Medicaid patients could close permanently.
COMMENTARY | Faced with fears of contagion and shortages of personal protective equipment, home and community care workers and providers struggle to serve a vulnerable population.
States are rushing to protect medical professionals from malpractice lawsuits related to coronavirus care.
State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says he wants to determine if management is at fault for the thousands of residents who have died in his state.
The pandemic limits the arsenal of customary tools that hospice care workers wield to bring comfort to the dying and bereaved.
More than 10,000 residents and staff at long-term care facilities have died from COVID infections.
Across the country, the need for free and charity clinics has grown as people lose their job-based insurance and struggle to pay their bills.
COMMENTARY | The COVID-19 pandemic shows just how important a well-functioning emergency medicine system is.
COMMENTARY | The frequency of alerts and the number of drugs in undersupply are shocking developments in a rich country.
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