Nearly a year ago, the private insurer in the state's overhauled Medicaid managed-care program slashed reimbursement rates to medical suppliers. Now a large provider is terminating its contract.
Almost 1.2 million people signed up for Affordable Care Act exchange coverage during the first two weeks of open enrollment, according to the CMS.
Insurance startup Oscar Health is suing Florida's Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliate for allegedly prohibiting insurance brokers who sell Florida Blue individual plans from selling competing insurers' coverage.
The early association health plans being formed under a Trump administration rule finalized in June claim to comply with Affordable Care Act rules, yet still deliver lower premiums than comparable ACA exchange plans.
The Trump administration re-opened an abortion question from the days of Obamacare's passage, proposing that individual market insurers isolate the add-on premium for plans that cover abortion and bill enrollees separately for the surcharge.
During the first week of open enrollment, Americans signed up for Affordable Care Act exchange coverage at a rate slower than last year.
A federal appellate court refused to rehear Moda Health Plan and Land of Lincoln's appeal to recoup billions of dollars in unpaid risk-corridor payments. The case could head to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Affordable Care Act open-enrollment season is here. There's been relatively steady growth in marketplace plan purchases over the years. Will it continue?
Healthcare is top of mind for many 2018 midterm voters. In addition to picking lawmakers who will shape federal policy, many states have Medicaid expansion, provider pay provisions and other measures on their ballots.
Opponents of the new short-term limited duration rule were dealt a setback in a federal court Friday as a U.S. district judge urged insurers suing the Trump administration to wait for proof it is harming the ACA markets.
Although federal officials said many Americans will pay lower premiums for the most popular Affordable Care Act exchange plans in 2019, those premiums could have been even lower if not for several Trump administration and congressional actions.
The Trump administration proposed a new rule to allow employers to fund tax-exempted health reimbursement arrangements to help pay for workers' individual health insurance premiums, undoing Obama-era guidance that restricted HRAs for that purpose.