Keyword: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida
Oscar says it will suffer "immediate irreparable harm" if the court doesn't grant its requested relief.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Oscar Health accused the Florida plan of a "blatant" scheme to restrict access to ACA plans.
Despite being owed hundreds of millions of dollars through the federal risk adjustment program, the largest insurers won't feel any financial pain.
Big Data is one of the driving forces behind the transition from volume to value, experts say.
Health insurers, advocacy groups and even former President Barack Obama are pitching in to get the word out about the ACA open enrollment period.
Uncertainty over cost-sharing reduction payments has everyone on edge; In one state, regulators asked payers for rate hike backup plans.
The risk adjustment program of the Affordable Care Act is under fire from smaller payers who say the temporary premium stabilization program is a scheme that pads the pockets of the major insurers while choking off small insurers.
The federal government has named six Part D sponsors that are participating in its Enhanced Medication Therapy Management Model, which is set to begin next year.
Amid ACA exchange turmoil, one Florida carrier is utilizing retail centers and narrow networks to boost enrollment and effectively manage patient care.
BCBS of Florida has found that retail stores are an ideal way to reach the uninsured and and connect with communities.