UPDATED: AHCA Off for Now

House Republicans have begun the process to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. While many are still combing through the details of the American Health Care Act, reaction is beginning to flow in.

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Meharry Students Discover Future at Match Day
Meharry Students Discover Future at Match Day

Meharry Medical College celebrated 2017 Match Day Friday, March 17, with members of this year's graduating class from the School of Medicine finding where they will be spending their next four years in residency.

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Blocked: Aetna-Humana Decision

A federal judge has blocked the proposed Aetna-Humana merger citing antitrust concerns.

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ACA Update
ACA Update

The process to repeal the Affordable Care Act has begun. While Republicans have been unified in their call to repeal President Barack Obama's signature healthcare legislation, the steps forward to "replace" that coverage for nearly 20 million Americans have not enjoyed such singular clarity. On Thursday, Jan. 12, the U.S. Senate voted on a budget measure that put procedures in place to begin dismantling ACA. The U.S. House followed with a vote on Friday. While the votes were cast largely along party lines, a number of Republican senators and representatives have expressed concern over repealing the act without having a replacement in place. President-elect Donald Trump also has called for simultaneous repeal and replace.

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AMA Releases Letter to Congressional Leaders on Reform of Healthcare System

Nation's largest association of physicians calls on Congress to carefully consider 'replace' before 'repeal' to ensure no loss of coverage and access to care.

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Overtime Rule Temporarily Blocked
Overtime Rule Temporarily Blocked

A federal court injunction on impending overtime changes has put a temporary halt to the new rule that was set to go into effect Dec. 1. Sen. Lamar Alexander's reaction to this court ruling is below:

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TMA: Reject Proposed National Insurance Company Merger
TMA: Reject Proposed National Insurance Company Merger

Federal courts on Monday began hearing the trial in a lawsuit against the proposed $54 billion merger between health insurance giants Anthem and Cigna. The suit was filed in July by the U.S. Department of Justice and numerous state Attorneys General, including the Attorney General of the State of Tennessee.

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