There's at least one casualty to the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov: A Medicare official who oversaw the launch of the website is leaving to take a job in the private sector, according to the Washington Post.
The best defense is a good offense and that's President Barack Obama's plan this week as he tries to deflect the continuing problems and mounting criticism of his administration's handling of the HealthCare.gov website by focusing on the benefits of healthcare reform and enrollment efforts, budget negotiations and the economy.
A Verizon data center handling verification of eligibility for federal health-insurance subsidies failed Sunday, the latest glitch plaguing HealthCare.gov, according to several news reports. The...
The chief executives of the largest insurance companies have pledged their support in helping the Obama administration repair the problems plaguing the new health insurance exchanges since they opened almost a month ago.
A radiology group has filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming that a portion of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act under which medical professionals, beginning in 2015, could face penalties for noncompliance with Meaningful Use rules for the implementation of electronic health records--is "irrational" and should be declared unconstitutional.
Consumers increasingly are choosing Medicare Advantage plans with higher quality ratings, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Thursday in a statement.
The federal government has launched a widespread campaign to ensure consumers that health insurance exchanges are protected from fraud, just a few hours after a Congressional report warned that the navigator program has weaknesses that expose it to potential fraud.
The American College of Physicians, in a letter addressed to federal health officials Thursday, says that the "very aggressive" timeline and "overly ambitious" objectives of Meaningful Use Stage 2 threaten to limit the success of the overall program.
The battle between rival industry groups trying to influence the timing of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's release of its final guidance on mobile medical applications continues to heat...
National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Farzad Mostashari will resign this fall, U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced in a letter sent to staffers Tuesday.