Kaiser Health Hews
In a recent survey, Kaiser Family Foundation found that many employers have ramped up mental health and other benefits to provide support for their workers during uncertain times.
Nearly two-thirds of those in the coverage gap live in one of three Republican-controlled states, and hospitals fear loss of funding.
Once they learned about the new law, patients seemed to rush to get on birth control, providers say.
Provisions in Democrats' Medicare prescription drug pricing crack open the door to reforms that could have dramatic effects, experts say.
A federal appellate court ruled that the firing of a hospital employee violated the law, which could lead to a revision of policies barring workers from speaking publicly.
Dropping Medicare eligibility age to 60 from 65 would deprive hospitals of billions of dollars in revenue they now get from commercial insurance plans.
New Justice Amy Coney Barrett is wild card in deciding law's fate
Dr. Huong Le spends an average of 45 minutes with each of her dental patients during their visits, so she gets to know them well, especially the older ones who come in more than twice a year.