Keyword: Covered California
The White House's latest move to lower drug prices could be a wet blanket to two insurance giants, plus more news from around the web.
As the healthcare system moves toward a more value-based model of care, policymakers will need to take steps to ensure these models' equity.
California's marketplace will soon start excluding hospitals from in-network plan designations if they don't keep up with quality and safety.
Many insurers offering plans in the Affordable Care Act's exchanges turned a profit for the first time in 2017, a new analysis finds.
Ascension Health has cut hundreds of jobs in Michigan, a growing trend as systems face fiscal pressures.
Every state faces steep individual marketplace premium increases in 2019 and beyond without intervention at the state or federal level.
Some states are weighing options to implement their own insurance mandates, efforts that have largely stalled.
The final tally for Healthcare.gov sign-ups is 8.7 million—a slight dip from the previously announced 8.8 million enrollment total.
From Kaiser Health News: Covered California, the state’s ACA exchange, is wielding a monster marketing budget that devotes $45 million to ads.
From California Healthline: California has fined Anthem Blue Cross $5 million for repeatedly failing to resolve consumer grievances in a timely manner.