Relations are not so tense these days between health insurers and physicians, but several issues still divide them, according to Managed Care magazine.
Despite news that the nation's largest health insurer is struggling to make a profit on the Affordable Care Act exchanges, some conservative groups want to continue limiting the government's ability to cushion the companies' losses.
A new memo from the federal government emphasizes that it intends to find a way to make up for future shortfalls in the Affordable Care Act risk corridor program.
The Affordable Care Act has brought its share of challenges to physicians. But the healthcare reform law's effect on physicians hasn't all been negative, according to an article from Medical Economics. Here are three ways physicians told the publication that expanded insurance access has changed their practices for the better.
Though there are plenty of reports that chronicle how the Affordable Care Act has lowered the overall number of uninsured Americans, a new analysis breaks down the data state-by-state to show how the healthcare reform law has affected regions differently.
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to rule on several religious nonprofits' objections to the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive coverage mandate, marking the fourth time the justices will review challenges to the ACA.
Even as the Obama administration strives to engage consumers in the third open enrollment period, there are signs that Americans' knowledge of the Affordable Cart Act rules is limited and their awareness of health insurance options continue to come up short.
As the debate continues regarding some of the more controversial parts of the Affordable Care Act--such as Medicaid expansion and the Cadillac tax--another unexpected provision now may also be under fire from the law's opponents.
Now that the Affordable Care Act's third open enrollment period has begun, a clearer picture of how health insurers are adjusting to the seismic changes in individual market has emerged.
Physicians just don't trust payers. UnitedHealthcare and Cigna fared worst in the recently released ReviveHealth Payor Trust Index, whereas physicians viewed independent Blue Cross Blue Shield plans more kindly