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Legal experts say it's unusual for an administration to shift its own legal opinions during a case. The Trump DOJ has done it three times.
A growing number of health systems and insurers providing real-time drug pricing information to physicians so they can help patients avoid 'sticker shock' at the pharmacy.
This drop mirrors statewide and national trends for all children enrolled in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program.
The stakes couldn't be higher as oral arguments are set to be heard this afternoon in New Orleans.
This year, the percentage of primary care positions filled by fourth-year medical students was the lowest on record.
The Medical Board of California's investigations are unfolding amid the nation's worst measles outbreak in more than a quarter-century.
AMA President Patrice Harris said the organization had to take a stand because new laws forced the small number of doctors who perform abortions to lie to patients.
As the rural town of Fort Scott, Kan., grapples with the closure of its hospital, cancer patients face new challenges as they try to continue their treatments in different locations.
The states' plans signal how frustration among consumers is putting pressure on federal and state officials.
But first, Democrats must agree on how best to muscle drug companies to the negotiating table.