Keyword: Maine Community Health Options
Several insurers are planning to take the risk corridor case to the Supreme Court to recoup more than $12 billion in payments.
The order comes weeks after a key legal ruling that could have a ripple effect on other CSR cases.
Despite being owed hundreds of millions of dollars through the federal risk adjustment program, the largest insurers won't feel any financial pain.
Two more health insurers have sued the Trump administration over its decision to stop funding cost-sharing reduction payments.
A nonprofit health insurer has sued the Trump administration for not making cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers.
The federal government’s unpaid balance for the Affordable Care Act risk corridor program has now ballooned to $12.3 billion.
Molina Healthcare received some welcome good news when a judge ruled that the U.S. government owes it $52 million in risk corridor payments.
The federal government has notched another win in its legal battle with insurers over risk corridor payments.
Maine Community Health Options (MCHO) is the most recent insurer to file a lawsuit against the feds, claiming its owed $22.9 million in risk corridor payments.
Sustainability remains the primary focus of the seven remaining health insurance consumer operated and oriented plans under the Affordable Care Act.