The Affordable Care Act set up complicated relationships between health insurance providers and the Health and Human Services Department.
Rare diseases cannot hide from my Dr. Daniel Kastner, a fellow at the National Institutes of Health.
HHS’ Office of Inspector General is giving its agents on-the-ground a chance to tell their stories, in their own words.
But even if the ACA disappeared, the government would still have a giant footprint in health and disease research. The National Institutes of Health’s annual budget and what the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services pays out for kidney dialysis both equal about $35 billion.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a rule allowing Veterans Affairs providers to administer healthcare across state lines using virtual technology becomes finalized.
The retirement expert said that when a federal employee retires, the process is still painfully analog but changes have been made.
OMB announced the comments could not be located in response to a public records request.
Most federal workers and retirees are covered by one of the dozens of plans and any of them do not need Medicare Part B, but it does offer extra protection.
The IHS’s acting deputy director discusses the agency responsible for the health care of nearly 600 federally-recognized Indian tribes.
Union leaders differ on the new Postal Service Reform Act introduced in the Senate, which is meant to make the USPS more financially stable but could have ramifications for employees’ health care.