Healthcare reform vote Saturday may be delayed as Democratic leaders work to make sure they have the necessary 218 votes - including more conservative members of their own party.
The AARP and AMA endorsed the House healthcare bill Thursday. But there are caveats, and some Democrats remain concerned about cost and abortion provisions.
Personal options in any federal support of 'wellness' programs need to be wider.
Thirteen Senate Democrats joined Republicans in rejecting a $245 billion 'doc fix’ to prevent cuts in payments to Medicare doctors. Majority leader Harry Reid said the Senate will address the issue again after health reform.
The equivalent of six health-care lobbyists for every member of Congress are registered for this year's biggest political battle.
There’s no reform bill to debate yet, but both sides know that shaping the debate early is crucial to victory.
The idea of a government-paid national healthcare system hasn’t gotten very far in the Washington debate.
Many doctors want to see caps on medical malpractice awards – something the president did not endorse in his healthcare speech on Monday.