Pa. Attorney Gen. Henry leads call for Biden to further increase access to contraception
'It is more vital than ever that people everywhere have access to this preventative health care,' state Attorney General Michelle Henry said.
The Big Squeeze: More enrollees and smaller networks plague some ACA plans
Take what happened to a Pennsylvania policyholder, who in January fell and broke her arm and a bone near her eye.
Biden administration appeals judge’s ruling ordering abortion pill off U.S. market
The appeals process would first take the case to the conservative-leaning 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
Pa. Reps. Wild, Meuser partner on bill aiding rural hospitals | Friday Morning Coffee
The proposal would boost reimbursements for rural teaching hospitals, helping them continue to train physicians.
Pa. long-term care facilities to share in $14.2M to ease staffing crunch | Wednesday Morning Coffee
The money from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention comes at a pivotal time for the industry.
It’s past time for Pa. policymakers to ease the strain of medical debt | Opinion
Medical debt doesn’t just hurt Pennsylvania families financially; it can have serious consequences for their future health.
Health providers scramble to keep remaining staff amid Medicaid rate debate
Providers across the United States say they haven’t seen significant reimbursement increases in more than a decade.
Despite attempts to kill it, the Affordable Care Act turns 13 this year | Opinion
Former President Barack Obama’s landmark initiative was signed into law on March 23, 2010.
Pa. is ready to help with Medicaid changes. We need your help too | Opinion
We remain steadfast in our goal to protect the health and wellbeing of Pennsylvanians by keeping them covered.
Doctors recount ‘heart-wrenching’ stories in new study on medical care post-Roe
Not only are providers scared of flouting new laws, but some patients are terrified just to be pregnant in states with abortion bans and are traveling long distances when problems arise.
Pa. Rep. Lee, HHS Secretary Becerra talk senior health care at Pittsburgh roundtable
'You’re one of the quiet heroes in America,' Becerra told a woman who's her mother's main caregiver.
Suspect science and claims at center of abortion-pill lawsuit
In addition to relying on flawed research manufactured by the anti-abortion movement, the plaintiffs mix religion with their science.