The success of smaller insurers with extensive Medicaid experience may offer a model that could stabilize the Affordable Care Act marketplace exchanges, according to Roll Call.
One way to increase competition in the Affordable Care Act marketplaces is to get rid of caps on insurance carriers' operating margins, two industry experts argue in a blog post for the consulting firm BDO.
Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) have unveiled an ACA replacement they call the "World's Greatest Healthcare Plan."
The majority of American adults, 58 percent, support the idea of replacing the Affordable Care Act with a federally funded system of universal coverage, according to a new Gallup poll.
The Supreme Court has declined to rule in the case Zubik v. Burwell, instead leaving it up to lower courts to hash out a compromise over the ACA's contraception coverage requirements.
A U.S. District Court judge's decision that may strike down the Obama administration's ability to set money aside for insurance subsidies on the exchange could wind up hurting hospitals the most.
A final rule from HHS protects individuals from discrimination in healthcare on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability and sex, including discrimination based on pregnancy, gender identity and sex stereotyping.
A judge's ruling for the plaintiffs in House v. Burwell represents a setback for the Obama administration and a potential financial hit for health insurers. Yet that's not all at stake with such legal challenges to the ACA, Rita Numerof, Ph.D., president of healthcare strategy consulting firm Numerof & Associates, tells FierceHealthPayer.
House Republicans' lawsuit against the Obama administration over Affordable Care Act funding scored a major win Thursday when a U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of the plaintiffs.
The nimble startups that have had their sights on earning the loyalty of millennial patients are expanding into the insurance business, offering potential for a new model of integrated retail health. according to an article in Kaiser Health News.