Jason Millman

Washington, D.C.

Jason Millman covers all things health policy, with a focus on Obamacare implementation. He previously covered health policy for Politico. He is an unapologetic fan of the New York Yankees and Giants, though the Nationals and Teddy Roosevelt hold a small place in his heart. He’s on Twitter.
Latest from Jason Millman

The coming revolution in how employers provide health insurance

Workers will have more health plans to choose from, but at what cost?

April 7, 2015

Florida Gov. Rick Scott had a change of heart. Now he’s opposed to Medicaid expansion

A little more than two years ago, Gov. Scott (R) made an emotional announcement that shocked the political world. Now he's taking it back.

April 6, 2015

Florida’s Republican governor says he no longer supports expanding Medicaid

Rick Scott now says he opposes a Medicaid expansion he never really pushed for in the first place.

April 6, 2015

Where Romneycare fell short — and what that could mean for Obamacare

A new study shows how expanding health insurance isn't enough to fix American health care.

April 1, 2015

How the nation’s largest health insurer is fighting high drug prices

UnitedHealth just spent $12B to get a better deal on drugs.

March 30, 2015

How the FDA could make prescription drug ads less annoying

The super long lists of potential side effects could get much shorter.

March 26, 2015

Rarest of victories in House: Bipartisan health bill approved

The proposal would alter payment systems for Medicare providers, extend CHIP funding.

March 26, 2015

How Ted Cruz could wind up on Obamacare

This shouldn't be seen as simply an Obamacare gotcha moment for the Texas Republican, who's made Obamacare repeal a central part of his identity.

March 24, 2015

Another reason firing squads could see a comeback

Pharmacies now say they're uncomfortable providing lethal injection drugs.

March 24, 2015

It’s true: Drug companies are bombarding your TV with more ads than ever

Proof that Cialis ads really are everywhere.

March 23, 2015