Health care defeat rattles markets in a sign of loss of confidence in Trump.
The move reduced Abbott’s stake in Mylan from about 13 percent to 4.8 percent.
Replacing Obama’s health care reforms would bring the biggest changes ever to the government program for people who are poor and disabled.
A collection of Democrats make a case to fix the Affordable Care Act, rather than dumping it.
Cancer diagnostics firm signs two partnership deals, including one with the University of Pittsburgh, three months after buyout.
The long-promised GOP health bill to repeal and replace Obama's Affordable Care Act is on the brink.
Township Planning Commission will consider a conditional use permit for the proposed medical complex at a meeting Thursday night.
Five Pennsylvania doctors have written an open letter to state residents saying they are “seriously worried” about the health care bill
Contests are becoming an increasingly popular way for insurers, health care systems and others to innovate.
Support is falling off from Republicans in Pennsylvania, where 31 percent of residents are over 55.
Brandon Coughlin of Houston was due to be arraigned in federal court on charges of damaging a protected computer and wire fraud.
PurePenn LLC said its 2,000-page application describes production plans for pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-oil products for Pennsylvanians.
Rep. Doyle’s town hall meeting hears stories from people who have benefited under Obamacare.
Highmark and Harrisburg-based Capital BlueCross dominate the central Pennsylvania health insurance market with a 75 percent share.
Overall, Highmark Health delivered “a strong financial performance” in 2016 said Highmark Health President and CEO David Holmberg.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale called the legal action a “financial gimmick” to prevent auditors from tracking taxpayer money.
All 320,000 Pennsylvanians who get a subsidy would be impacted by the proposed law but it would be harsher for Allegheny County consumers.
UPMC claims attorney Michael O’Day conspired with an unnamed woman to get litigants for a potential lawsuit against the healthcare giant.
The 12.2M figure does not include an additional 765,000 people signed up under an option in the Obama-era law called the Basic Health Plan.
Steelers Hall of Famer Franco Harris joined Braddock Mayor John Fetterman in an effort to garner support for a pot facility.
UPMC agreed to affiliate with PinnacleHealth on Tuesday, the same day PinnacleHealth announced it was buying four hospitals.
Democrats say GOP should withdraw healthcare replacement plan after damaging budget office estimate, but Republicans distrust the figures.
Yoandy Perez Llanes filed notice that he will plead guilty to participating in a ring that illegally obtained $1.4 million in refunds.
A deal for PinnacleHealth would give UPMC entry into a market dominated by Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance plans, including rival Highmark.
As one disability advocacy group puts it, “this legislation ends Medicaid as we know it.”
Officials believe the facility could take Braddock off Act 47 rolls of financially distressed communities for the first time since 1988.
AHN’s Respite Medical Care program is region’s first to provide a place for homeless to stay after they leave a hospital.
Within six years of Dr. Starzl’s arrival in Pittsburgh, manufacturing job losses were replaced by ones in health and education services.
On Wednesday the Budget Committee will combine the legislation from the panels, and the full House is expected to vote the week of March 20.
Republicans on the panel held together and rejected a slew of Democratic amendments while doing little on their own to change the bill.
Free water filters and a proposed low-interest loan program target Pittsburgh’s lead drinking water and service line replacement problems.
It’s unclear if the new American Health Care Act truly represents a solid blueprint alternative to ACA or, more likely, a work in progress.
Americore Health said it offers investment capital and a new business model for the Lawrence County facility.
Prescriptions for EpiPen alternatives surged to 28.9 percent of the market in February, up from 5.3 percent in December, Athenahealth said.
Study: Skipping doses and other prescription compliance issues is $290 billion problem.
Dr. Thomas E. Starzl | 1926-2017: Dr. Starzl performed the world’s first liver transplant in Denver in 1963 before moving to Pittsburgh.
A big jump in consumer alerts represents a stepped-up effort by the Allegheny County Health Department to enforce safe food practices.
The new start date for the contracts is January 2018 in three of the state’s five Medicaid-managed care zones.
The problem took center stage in 2013 when Medicare began penalizing hospitals whose patients who develop conditions considered preventable.
Higher health insurance costs could increase the number of people without insurance.
The company did not break out sales of its EpiPen auto-injector.
Revenue from core health care and insurance services at UPMC rose 8.9 percent to $6.8 billion for the six months ending Dec. 31.
Medicare Part B premiums rose this year, causing the average Social Security recipient to either break even or see a decline in income.
Pennsylvania health officials say the budget shortfall that would be created by reduced federal spending would be impossible to fill.
AARP says changing the “age band rating” could make health insurance unaffordable for those 50-64.
A federal judge has ordered the Department of Health & Human Services to complete a corrective action plan by Sept. 4.