Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.
Social Security numbers appear on Medicare cards. Federal legislation proposed last year would have changed that, but it failed.
Sen. Mark Udall says the national debt is one of the biggest threats to national security that requires cuts to the military budget and finding ways to rein in Medicare and health care spending.
Denver Heath Medical Center has agreed to pay more than $6.3 million to settle allegations that it overbilled Medicare and Medicaid by misclassifying some patients it admitted between 2006-2009.
There are more than 74,000 people in the Denver area alone who receive Medicare benefits and they need to know about a change.
President Obama outlined his plan to cut the debt on Monday and Republicans are already attacking parts of the plan.
A select group of paramedics in several states is helping to provide primary health care by making house calls.
Watching the stock market swings puts all of us on edge — mainly because of three little numbers and a letter: 401k.
Nursing home officials are warning that a steep cut in Medicare payments for short-term patients will likely result in layoffs.
It may appear that Lamborn and the other signatories on the letter are on a warpath against renewable energy and are also dedicated to making sure that all federally funded programs deliver true results to taxpayers. But I believe that it’s simply a smokescreen to an entirely different political agenda.