Major changes are afoot at UnitedHealth Group, as current CEO Stephen Hemsley is set to hand off the baton to Dave Wichmann.
If cost-sharing reduction payments end, silver-plan premiums on the Affordable Care Act exchanges will rise by an average of 20% next year, the CBO says.
Thanks to Centene, there are now just two counties nationwide that are projected to have no Affordable Care Act exchange insurer available in 2018.
Physician practices can accommodate more patients, easing concerns the ACA would result in a shortage of doctors.
Latino groups aren’t the only organizations that say the federal government is no longer working with them on Affordable Care Act outreach.
Several states have applied for waivers aimed at stabilizing their individual marketplaces—a move encouraged by the Trump administration.
The Montana Health CO-OP says it has what it takes to be one of the few Consumer Operated and Oriented Plans left standing.
Affordable Care Act exchange insurers will now get more time to submit their final rate requests for 2018.
More and more doctors now endorse a single-payer healthcare system, a big shift from the past.
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