13% Of Americans Say They Know Someone Who Died After They Couldn't Afford Health Care, Survey SaysMore than 13% of Americans -- about 34 million people -- say a friend or family member recently passed away in the last five years after being unable to afford treatment for a condition.
Judge Rejects New Federal Health Rule Affecting AbortionsA federal judge in New York has struck down a rule letting health care clinicians object to providing abortions and other services on moral or religious grounds.
Pennsylvania's Individual Health Plan Premiums To Rise 4%Premiums for health insurers' individual policies in Pennsylvania for 2020 will reflect an aggregate statewide increase of 4%, with an increase of 10% in the small group market.
Report: 100,000-Plus People Admitted Into Pa. Hospitals Last Year For Mental HealthMore than 100,000 people were taken to hospitals in Pennsylvania last year for a mental health disorder.
GM Reverses Course, Says Strikers Will Keep Health CoverageGeneral Motors now says striking workers will get company-paid health insurance, nine days after saying coverage would be cut off.
UPMC, Highmark Leaders Praise 10-Year PactIt's been a decade marked by bad blood and finger-pointing but suddenly the two health giants have made peace.
UPMC-Highmark Agree To 10-Year ContractUPMC-Highmark has agreed to enter a ten-year contract that will extend access to UPMC facilities for Highmark-insured patients.
UPMC Presenting Case On Day 2 Of Hearings With HighmarkLawyers for UPMC are making their case today in Harrisburg.
Hearing Underway As Judge Weighs Whether UPMC-Highmark Deal Has To ExpireThe looming end of a business relationship between UPMC and Highmark hangs in the balance during a hearing before a state judge.
Judge Vows To Move Fast In UPMC-Highmark Case As Deadline Looms A judge plans to rule soon about whether the consent decree between UPMC, Highmark and the attorney general's office can be modified.
Pennsylvania Among States Suing Over Rule Allowing Clinicians To Refuse AbortionsThe rule would let health care clinicians object to providing abortions and other services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs.