In wake of reform ruling, costs, collaboration top of payers' minds

In the wake of yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling, insurance companies large and small responded to the high court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act--and almost every one focused on reducing costs and collaborating with lawmakers.

As America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) said in its statement, the reform law expands coverage, but provisions such as the premium tax will have "unintended consequences of raising costs and disrupting coverage unless they are addressed." Read the full FierceHealthPayer article

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