"There's so much volume to my love, you'd think I was paid fee-for-service."
The pro-health law group has spent months now honing its outreach techniques and developing data-intensive maps that now come into play.
The United States is about to quadruple the number of medical codes. Whether that's a good thing depends on who you ask.
Each time the Obama administration publishes new health law enrollment numbers, they seem to create more questions than answers.
This makes January the first month that the Obama administration has beaten an enrollment target.
More people report getting their health insurance through the individual market and Medicaid.
People turning up to work sick is actually a vexing problem for employers.
Obamacare without an employer mandate is pretty similar to Obamacare with an employer mandate.
It's changing in a big way for medium-sized businesses, and a smaller way for the largest employers.
Philadelphia has poured millions into eradicating food deserts. Will that make people healthier?
Something weird is happening on Capitol Hill right now. Republicans and Democrats are agreeing on a multi-billion health policy proposal.
Obamacare's narrow networks might be about to get a little bit wider.
If you want to understand the newest Obamacare projection coming out of Washington, the best place to start might be Tennessee.
The major pharmacy chain will lose billions in revenue in the near-term--but sees longer term financial gains.
The good news: Obamacare's 'bailout' saves money. The bad news: Obamacare cuts employment.
It's not just the Seahawks having a great season in the Pacific Northwest.
The Affordable Care Act is being litigated. Again.
The American abortion rate hit a three-decade low in 2011 -- and a new wave of abortion restrictions aren't necessarily the reason why.
Accountable care organizations are saving some money, though what exactly that means is still unclear.
More expensive hospitals tend to have higher prestige and brand-name recognition, but there's no clear evidence that they're actually providing better health care.