The document promises to improve competition, but critics say millions of people could be left without insurance
'Phasing out Medicaid coverage without a viable alternative is counterproductive and unnecessarily puts at risk our ability to treat the drug-addicted, mentally ill and working poor'
Republicans have kept some of the more popular provisions of Obamacare but changed some key elements
Larger pile of paper, bad. Smaller pile, good
Passing on health information of 'migrants' seeking help goes against doctor-patient confidentiality and also poses a public health risk. A doctor spells out her concerns
Former patients describe the facility as 'unique' and 'life-changing' for women who have undergone FGM
Jeremy Hunt’s denial of frontline reality has left doctors like me feeling utterly terrified for our patients. Two deaths on trolleys are two too many. Just how many more are required before the Government acts?
'We can't get health care for free,' says Mr Obama, 'you're going to have to pay for it one way or another: either the government [or individuals] pay more'
Young people are being treated for conditions commonly seen in the elderly such as varicose veins, haemorrhoids, back pain and knee joint problems
Some trusts are already running trials in which patients are requested to present ID
Dozens of England’s 163 acute hospitals will have vital services, such as cancer, trauma and stroke care, axed under the new initiative
Health managers have been told not to reveal the plans to the public or the media
Charity calls for a fresh approach in asthma care as research confirms the UK has one of the highest burdens of the condition in the world
Drugs giants are paying huge premiums to buy up treatments. We'll be expected to provide the returns they're seeking through higher healthcare costs
This is not just about linguistics, it really matters. The capture of policy making by a corporate elite is a big part of the democratic deficit in Britain today
Massive expansion of private healthcare provision in NHS is 'far too radical an experiment' that could go 'catastrophically wrong', expert warns