Keyword: Center for American Progress
Policymakers should take steps to ease pricing concerns in markets that are already concentrated instead of focusing just on future deals.
A bill in the Senate would overturn the association plan expansion. Plus: The DOJ says the Arkansas work requirement case needs a new judge.
Following research by several government and private groups, AHIP says that premiums will jump by double digits next year.
Two federal policies could add thousands of dollars in premiums to benchmark plans, according to an analysis by the Center for American Progress.
A new plan for universal health coverage sounds similar to “Medicare-for-all” but is actually friendlier to private insurers.
GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander hopes to include two ACA exchange stabilization bills in a potential long-term spending measure.
The head of a trade group for managed care plans saw reasons for optimism in the Trump administration’s new guidance on Medicaid work requirements.
Is the U.S. healthcare system terminally broken? That’s the question that four healthcare leaders will debate on Thursday.
From Kaiser Health News: Some young people's dreams of becoming doctors could be uprooted if the Trump administration ends the DACA program.
On Wednesday, senators from across the political spectrum introduced two very different healthcare bills. Neither has a strong chance of passing.