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Hospitals Knew How to Make Money. Then Coronavirus Happened.

Surgeries are canceled. Business models are shifting. Some of the hardest-hit hospitals may close, leaving patients with fewer options for care.

Hospitals Knew How to Make Money. Then Coronavirus Happened.

Surgeries are canceled. Business models are shifting. Some of the hardest-hit hospitals may close, leaving patients with fewer options for care.

Hospitals Knew How to Make Money. Then Coronavirus Happened.

Surgeries are canceled. Business models are shifting. Some of the hardest-hit hospitals may close, leaving patients with fewer options for care.

Hospitals Knew How to Make Money. Then Coronavirus Happened.

Surgeries are canceled. Business models are shifting. Some of the hardest-hit hospitals may close, leaving patients with fewer options for care.
Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

The nation’s medical centers were forced to stop offering many surgeries, and sustained severe financial losses. Reopening is a daunting task amid the threat of more infection.
Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

The nation’s medical centers were forced to stop offering many surgeries, and sustained severe financial losses. Reopening is a daunting task amid the threat of more infection.
Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

The nation’s medical centers were forced to stop offering many surgeries, and sustained severe financial losses. Reopening is a daunting task amid the threat of more infection.
Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

Hospitals Struggle to Restart Lucrative Elective Care After Coronavirus Shutdowns

The nation’s medical centers were forced to stop offering many surgeries, and sustained severe financial losses. Reopening is a daunting task amid the threat of more infection.
An Epidemic of Hardship and Hunger

An Epidemic of Hardship and Hunger

Why won’t Republicans help Americans losing their jobs?
Democrats Press Judicial Nominee, a McConnell Protégé, on Health Care Views

Democrats Press Judicial Nominee, a McConnell Protégé, on Health Care Views

Judge Justin Walker seems headed for confirmation to an important appeals court despite concerns by critics that he would help unravel the Affordable Care Act.
Supreme Court Divided Over Obamacare’s Contraceptive Mandate

Supreme Court Divided Over Obamacare’s Contraceptive Mandate

The justices considered whether the Trump administration may allow employers to refuse to provide free insurance coverage for birth control on religious or moral grounds.
Make America Immune Again

Make America Immune Again

Many sources of the nation’s strength have eroded.

On Politics: How Available Is Virus Aid, Really?

Rising complaints from governors, and some Supreme Court news: This is your morning tip sheet.
Supreme Court Rules for Insurers in $12 Billion Obamacare Case

Supreme Court Rules for Insurers in $12 Billion Obamacare Case

In an 8-to-1 decision, the court said the government must shield insurers from losses under the Affordable Care Act.
Supreme Court Rules for Insurers in $12 Billion Obamacare Case

Supreme Court Rules for Insurers in $12 Billion Obamacare Case

In an 8-to-1 decision, the court said the government must shield insurers from losses under the Affordable Care Act.
Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

State regulators in New York and elsewhere are also trying to stop the marketing of plans they say look like health insurance but offer no guarantees of coverage.
Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

State regulators in New York and elsewhere are also trying to stop the marketing of plans they say look like health insurance but offer no guarantees of coverage.
Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

State regulators in New York and elsewhere are also trying to stop the marketing of plans they say look like health insurance but offer no guarantees of coverage.
Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

State regulators in New York and elsewhere are also trying to stop the marketing of plans they say look like health insurance but offer no guarantees of coverage.
Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

Christian Health Sharing Group Is Target of Customer Lawsuits

State regulators in New York and elsewhere are also trying to stop the marketing of plans they say look like health insurance but offer no guarantees of coverage.