Posted on · President Trump and congressional Republicans are lobbing insults and blame at one another, as some Republicans consider working more closely with Democrats to get things done.
Posted on · The president said that he expected Obamacare to implode eventually.
Posted on · The GOP healthcare bill is put on hold.
Posted on · House Republicans are poised to vote today on legislation to repeal and replace key parts of the Affordable Care Act, despite ongoing opposition from hard-line conservatives.
Posted on · The Congressional Budget Office has released a report on the potential impact of the House GOP health care bill.
Posted on · CEO Robert Robbins talks about the Texas Medical Center and what it does for Houston.
Posted on · To provide or not to provide health insurance? That’s a question many small business owners have to ponder as they hire employees and watch their bottom lines.
Posted on · A local hospital system is using school health requirements as a gateway to make sure every child gets to see a doctor.
Posted on · Critics want to know why the money didn’t go to a more established provider.
Posted on · New jobs in health care, hospitality and leisure offset losses in manufacturing and oil and gas extraction.
Posted on · Uninsured Americans have until Jan. 31 to enroll in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. But if you do it by Friday, January 15, there’s the added benefit of the coverage starting on February 1.
Posted on · Officials with Planned Parenthood are speaking out, after state investigators visited five clinics around the state. It comes as Texas tries to bar Planned Parenthood from getting Medicaid funds.
Posted on · Dr. Robert Zarr, president of Physicians for a National Health Program, says the Affordable Care Act didn’t go far enough. He says only “Medicare for all” will cover everyone and stop medical bankruptcies.
Posted on · Dan Wolterman, president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, will step down next summer. He led Houston’s largest healthcare system since 2002.
Posted on · The high court's 6-3 decision means more than 800,000 low- and middle-income Texans - and millions of people in other states that didn't establish their own insurance exchanges - will continue to receive the financial assistance that helps offset the cost of their health plans.