We’re getting ready for the big game this weekend, but of course the real “Super” event in Washington is the quadrennial “Super Tuesday,” which is not until March 1. The stakes for this year’s Super Tuesday include 689 of the 2,472 Republican delegates and 878 of the 4,051 Democratic delegates, which is a far cry from the “Super Duper Tuesday” of 2008 when half of the states held primaries.
California’s marketplace Executive Director Peter Lee is not happy with UnitedHealth’s threat to leave the marketplaces.
A new tiered accountable care plan is being created by Aetna and Meridian. Meanwhile, Florida Blue is working to create an ACO of its own.
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) says enough is enough with all of the ACA repeal attempts.
Democrats and Republicans are taking different paths in addressing healthcare plans in the presidential primaries.
There were more candidates in the Iowa Caucuses than people who voted for former Governor Jim Gilmore (R-VA), who received just 12 votes.
Should we have Uber for healthcare?
America’s top scientists think President Obama’s billion dollar promise for cancer research is not nearly enough.
Should you cancel your upcoming vacation because of the Zika Virus?
Scientists may have found the fountain of youth.
Is your job killing you?
How many Super Bowl winners can you name?
Do you have your fantasy team ready for this year’s Puppy Bowl? Based on name alone, we’re routing for Cooper!
For those of you saying, “Super Bowl? What Super Bowl? Don’t you mean the ‘Superb Owl’?”