Keyword: American Academy of Actuaries
Not only is President Trump incorrect in his claim that the GOP repealed the ACA, experts question the logic he used to justify that claim.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
Republicans have succeeded in passing a bill through the Senate that rolls back one of the ACA's most important tenets: the individual mandate.
Payers, underwriters and actuaries want the government to be careful about how much power it hands over to the states to regulate insurance markets.
If Republicans repeal the individual mandate, insurers could face financial losses, according to the American Academy of Actuaries.
The Trump administration’s decision to end cost-sharing reduction payments has led to a chorus of calls for Congress to step in.
President Trump says his new executive order will result in “lower costs and more options in the healthcare market,” but actuaries aren't so sure.
Comments from prominent Republicans suggest the administration is considering changes to the rules surrounding association health plans.
The Senate launched a 20-hour debate on the future of the Affordable Care Act shortly after a 51-50 vote to allow the discussion.
The American Academy of Actuaries has a slew of suggestions for the Senate’s healthcare overhaul bill.