NEW YORK Oscar Health, which began selling individual health insurance in New York for the 2014 launch of the Obamacare exchanges, on Thursday announced plans to expand into Florida, Michigan and Arizona next year, even as the Trump administration seeks to undercut that marketplace with cheaper insurance products.
NEW YORK The Trump administration on Tuesday issued a finalized rule that will enable millions of Americans to buy skimpy health insurance plans that do not comply with key Obamacare coverage requirements, marking its latest effort to chip away at the healthcare law.
Private equity firm Veritas Capital on Tuesday agreed to buy Cotiviti Holdings Inc in a $4.9 billion deal to expand its Verscend healthcare IT business.
Good morning. While Mexicans jumping in jubilation after their World Cup victory set off earthquake detectors, a real quake unfolded in Osaka, Japan's second largest city, causing havoc and killing at least three people.
For over a year now, Americans have listed healthcare as the most important problem facing the country, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling.
SAN JOSE, Calif. At its Silicon Valley headquarters, network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc is going to unusual lengths to take control of the relentless increase in its U.S. healthcare costs. | Video
(Reuters Health) - Each year, U.S. adults with high blood pressure incur almost $2,000 more in annual healthcare costs, according to a new study
KKR & Co said on Monday it will buy Envision Healthcare Corp , one of biggest U.S. providers of physicians to hospitals, in a deal valued at $5.57 billion as it builds up its healthcare portfolio. | Video
Private equity firm KKR & Co is nearing an agreement to acquire U.S. physician services provider Envision Healthcare Corp for $46 a share, or about $5.5 billion, a person familiar with the deal told Reuters on Sunday.
Removing certain provisions tied to the Affordable Care Act, former U.S. President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, could strike out important consumer protections and potentially harm millions of Americans, a trade association that represents U.S. health insurers said on Friday. | Video