Keyword: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)
The trade association says its vital that CMS fix the flaws in the Medicare Advantage funding formula to maintain the program’s stability.
A new Republican-led proposal to shore up the Affordable Care Act's exchanges would fund cost-sharing reduction payments and reinsurance.
America's Health Insurance Plans has named Matt Eyles as its new president; Marilyn Tavenner will retire in June.
Some Medicare beneficiaries are now eligible for therapy indefinitely—just one of the important changes Congress has made.
CMS blocked Idaho's plans to sell non-ACA-compliant insurance, but state officials say they view the letter as encouragement to push forward.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar said the agency wants to work with payers to accelerate the industry's transition to value-based care.
A growing number of health systems are embracing hospital-level care at home, but challenges remain.
Healthcare industry groups warn that expanding association health plans could destabilize insurance markets.
Industry groups are optimistic about some of CMS' proposed Medicare Advantage changes and have reservations about others.
Expanding short-term insurance plans could lead to significant premium hikes for ACA exchange plans, a new analysis suggests.