D.C. residents can sign up for health coverage through April 15.
The Maryland Health Benefit Exchange has been fraught with failures, but it\’s also being called a success.
Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who\’s running for governor, is trying to get the state\’s health care exchange in running order while hoping its problems don\’t hurt his campaign chances.
Healthcare.gov has had its share of problems within the first few weeks of its launch, but officials insist potential users should keep trying.
It\’s a big step forward for the Affordable Care Act and a lot of people have questions. The WTOP Answer Desk is here to help.
A study published in this month\’s Health Affairs
found that care provided by less-experienced
doctors can cost up to 13 percent more than
treatment from their more experienced colleagues.
OXON HILL, Md. – Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown will be holding a public forum on an initiative to try to improve health care in underserved areas. The forum is being held Thursday evening in Oxon…
The ongoing legal battles escalate to the Supreme Court next week – and seeing it in person may make landing Springsteen tickets look like a cake walk.