Generic Competition Hits Pfizer’s Q2 Sales
The drug maker cites headwinds from losses of market exclusivity for the 14% drop in Essential Health revenues.
Steward Health Adds IASIS Hospitals to Network
The merger would make Steward the largest private for-profit hospital operator in the U.S. with 36 facilities across 10 states.
TrumpCare Could Cause Cost Shift To Employers, Experts Warn
Millions of newly uninsured could cause a spike in costs for health-care providers, who likely would pass the costs on to private payers.
How to Rein In the Soaring Costs of Specialty Drugs
The 420-employer National Business Group on Health recommends public-policy changes relating to the proliferating category of specialty drugs.
2017 Promises to Be a Wild Year for Health Care
The fate of Obamacare is far from the only important thing to watch in the health-care arena this year.
Rite Aid Misses Estimates, Comp Sales Drop
Prescription reimbursement rates "remain our largest challenge and we expect that to continue for the remainder of the fiscal year," the company says.
Supremes’ ACA Ruling Could Jack Up Health Costs
If the Supreme Court strikes down the law's employer mandate in 34 states, insurers would be forced to raise prices significantly.
Small Firms at Risk of Health-Plan Cancellations, Too
Companies with 50 to 99 workers don't necessarily have reason to hope insurers will let them keep their noncompliant plans, despite Obama announcement.
Obamacare Delay Poses Legal Risk to Employers
Low-paid workers who now will be eligible for generous federal subsidies to buy health insurance next year may have grounds to sue their employers in 2015.
“Private Exchanges” Could Trigger Health-Benefits Revolution
To what extent Corporate America will embrace this emerging method of delivering employee health care is not yet clear — but a vast transformation appears quite possible.
Health Reform: The November Issue
If Mitt Romney is elected President, all bets are off for the Affordable Care Act.