Keyword: Department of Labor
A federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's attempt to expand association health plans.
In 2017, 19% of in-network claims were denied by issuers and consumers rarely appealed these denials, KFF reported.
The Trump administration is seeking feedback on ways that it can assist insurers and employers in maintaining grandfathered ACA group plans.
The lobbying group says AHPs will destabilize ACA markets and create an opportunity for abusive insurance practices.
A new final rule allows employers to claim "moral objections" to birth control coverage, an issue that has brought prior legal challenges.
A new Trump administration rule allows businesses to fund HRAs for employees to purchase individual exchange coverage.
Health researchers and advocates have identified a number of potential solutions that could tackle the problem at the federal or state level.
The 50-plus page complaint covers more than 40 years of federal history, law and policy, including judicial precedent and Congressional intent.
The Department of Labor finalized a rule on Tuesday to expand association health plans, a move criticized by industry groups.
Physician groups worry that international medical residents who are scheduled to start their training at U.S. hospitals on July 1 may not get visas.