House Freedom Caucus Chair Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said, "I don't know that there is a bill [to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act] at this point that has the necessary 218 votes to coalesce around."
At least 20 rural hospitals in recent years have been found in violation of a federal law that requires hospitals with an ED to treat patients who are in labor when they arrive, Julie Lasson writes in a ProPublica review of federal inspection reports.
A new study published Monday in Health Affairs found that direct-to-consumer telehealth services may actually increase overall health care spending. But if you dig a little deeper, you'll find the study's takeaways aren't nearly as clear as they may seem.
After Hurricane Katrina destroyed a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital in New Orleans, the VA partnered with architects and experts to build a replacement facility that some observers say could be a model for the entire VA system, Barbara Sadick reports for the Wall Street Journal.
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