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Department of Health and Human Services officials are preparing for the opening of the new Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation in January. The office is supposed to help spread the use of innovative new payment and delivery systems to drive down the cost, and expand the availability of health care nationwide.
Arguments began in Richmond Monday over the state government's lawsuit challenging a federal bill that would force all Virginians to purchase health insurance.
A Congressional Budget Office report estimates health care costs for veterans will rise 45 to 75 percent in the next decade, Army Times reports.
Beginning in January, thousands, maybe tens of thousands of new people will be joining the federal employee health benefits program. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey explains how it will work and what it could mean for the nation's biggest health care program.
In theory electronic health records are a great idea. However there are problems that must be addressed before they will be widely accepted among physicians and hospitals.
The Department of Veterans Affairs' health care system is changing.
How will new rules will affect patients, providers, and electronic records?
Treatments for the prevention of alcohol abuse, depression and obesity are among the services that will be free to consumers with new insurance plans starting in September.
HealthCare.gov is set to go live soon.