PALO ALTO, CA – Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee Chairwoman Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) released the following statement after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its full approval of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Rep. Anna G.
PALO ALTO, C.A. – Today Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) released the following statement after a U.S. Court of Appeals upheld California’s net neutrality law that bars internet service providers from blocking or throttling traffic or offering paid fast lanes.
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Representatives Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) and Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH), along with U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday Rep. Anna G.
PALO ALTO, C.A. – Today Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) introduced H.R.
PALO ALTO, C.A. – U.S. Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (CA-18), Chairwoman of the Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee, sent a letter urging the Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to reexamine and reduce the monthly premium costs for Medicare Part B enrollees in 2022.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today U.S. Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (CA-18), Chairwoman of the Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee, sent a letter to HHS Secretary Becerra urging the federal government to expand coverage of at-home Covid-19 tests to Medicare beneficiaries.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Congresswomen Anna G.
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The partisan divide we’ve seen on President Obama’s health law was once again on display this morning, with Republicans complaining about the law and calling for delays. Committee Democrats defended the law but notably, many also complained about the website and pressed for answers on what went wrong and how to fix it.
By Erin McClam
Top executives of the companies that built the troubled Obamacare website were grilled by Congress on Thursday about the glitches that have plagued the system since it opened earlier this month.
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By Aliyah Frumin
Contractors who built the glitch-filled HealthCare.gov website have a clear message for Congress Thursday: don’t blame us.
By Lisa Mascaro
Developers of the problematic Obamacare website faced tough questioning at a House oversight committee Thursday, as both Republican and Democratic lawmakers frustrated by the shoddy roll-out sought answers over what went wrong – and when it would be fixed.
How angry do members of Congress want to appear about the HealthCare.gov bugs?
Thursday's House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing with several executives from the big contractors behind the site gives us a peek.
Or, as Rep. Frank Pallone, D-N.J., so gracefully put it: Welcome to the "monkey court."
By David Morgan and Susan Cornwell
The Obama administration launched its troubled healthcare insurance website after only a minimum of crucial system-wide testing, despite contractors warning officials repeatedly about performance risks, a congressional panel heard on Thursday.
10:34 a.m. ET - Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-California, represents Silicon Valley and says she's surprised that the witnesses don't seem to find the technical issues as problematic as users have.
By John Parkinson
The contractors who helped build the new health care website are not to blame for the problems that countless users have encountered at HealthCare.gov, company representatives told the House Energy and Commerce Committee today.
The Affordable Care Act exchange rollout debacle is rooted in deliberate decisions about coverage and control.