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HealthCare.gov Sees Early Rise in Enrollment Amid Worries on Law’s Future

HealthCare.gov Sees Early Rise in Enrollment Amid Worries on Law’s Future

George Balteria, an insurance agent with California’s health care marketplace, explaining plans to Gene Yancosky this month in Huntington Beach.
HealthCare.gov Sees Early Rise in Enrollment Amid Worries on Law’s Future

HealthCare.gov Sees Early Rise in Enrollment Amid Worries on Law’s Future

George Balteria, an insurance agent with California’s health care marketplace, explaining plans to Gene Yancosky this month in Huntington Beach.
Insurers’ Flawed Directories Leave Patients Scrambling for In-Network Doctors

Insurers’ Flawed Directories Leave Patients Scrambling for In-Network Doctors

Manuel Hernandez, 49, consulted with a licensed insurance agent at Sunshine Life and Health Advisors in the Mall of the Americas in Miami in November.
Insurers’ Flawed Directories Leave Patients Scrambling for In-Network Doctors

Insurers’ Flawed Directories Leave Patients Scrambling for In-Network Doctors

Manuel Hernandez, 49, consulted with a licensed insurance agent at Sunshine Life and Health Advisors in the Mall of the Americas in Miami in November.
Fair Game: To Stop Price Spikes on Prescription Drugs, a Widening Radar

Fair Game: To Stop Price Spikes on Prescription Drugs, a Widening Radar

Senator Claire McCaskill, left, and Senator Susan Collins presented a 130-page report Wednesday on price gouging by prescription drug makers.
Fair Game: To Stop Price Spikes on Prescription Drugs, a Widening Radar

Fair Game: To Stop Price Spikes on Prescription Drugs, a Widening Radar

Senator Claire McCaskill, left, and Senator Susan Collins presented a 130-page report Wednesday on price gouging by prescription drug makers.
The Adults a Medicaid Work Requirement Would Leave Behind

The Adults a Medicaid Work Requirement Would Leave Behind

“I’m glad we have it, but people should have to do something for it,” said Nancy Godinez of Jacksonville, Ark., who is unemployed and could lose her Medicaid under a state effort to add a work
The Adults a Medicaid Work Requirement Would Leave Behind

The Adults a Medicaid Work Requirement Would Leave Behind

“I’m glad we have it, but people should have to do something for it,” said Nancy Godinez of Jacksonville, Ark., who is unemployed and could lose her Medicaid under a state effort to add a work
Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Seema Verma, the new Medicare administrator, last week at the White House. She met with health insurers on Tuesday.
Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Seema Verma, the new Medicare administrator, last week at the White House. She met with health insurers on Tuesday.
Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Seema Verma, the new Medicare administrator, last week at the White House. She met with health insurers on Tuesday.
Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Health Insurers Make Case for Subsidies, but Get Little Assurance From Administration

Seema Verma, the new Medicare administrator, last week at the White House. She met with health insurers on Tuesday.
Florida Deal Would Reverse Key Part of Obama’s Medicaid Expansion

Florida Deal Would Reverse Key Part of Obama’s Medicaid Expansion

President Trump with Gov. Rick Scott of Florida, second from right, in the White House last week. The federal government has tentatively agreed to provide additional money for the state’s “low-income
Florida Deal Would Reverse Key Part of Obama’s Medicaid Expansion

Florida Deal Would Reverse Key Part of Obama’s Medicaid Expansion

President Trump with Gov. Rick Scott of Florida, second from right, in the White House last week. The federal government has tentatively agreed to provide additional money for the state’s “low-income
UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

Benjamin Poehling, a former finance director for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, filed a whistle-blower lawsuit that the Justice Department has joined.
UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

Benjamin Poehling, a former finance director for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, filed a whistle-blower lawsuit that the Justice Department has joined.
Insider-Trading Case Ensnares Hedge Fund

Insider-Trading Case Ensnares Hedge Fund

Joon H. Kim, the acting United States attorney in Manhattan, whose office brought the insider trading case.

White Collar Watch: When ‘Political Intelligence’ Meets Insider Trading

Proving a recent case will hinge on how broadly the rules will apply when the information is leaked from a government agency rather than a corporation.
Poor Patient Care at Many Nursing Homes Despite Stricter Oversight

Poor Patient Care at Many Nursing Homes Despite Stricter Oversight

Cheryl Powers fixing the hair of her mother, Elaine Fisher, at the Rehabilitation Center of Bakersfield in Bakersfield, Calif., where Ms. Fosher moved after problems at a previous home. She had