Keyword: National Association of Insurance Commissioners
AHIP, attorneys general from 18 states and major insurers are urging a petition court to revisit its risk-corridor payment decision.
A bipartisan bill that would fund cost-sharing reduction payments through 2018 may be too little, too late.
Insurers have been mostly mum on the AHCA and its CBO score, a response that stands in stark contrast to providers' reactions.
With the fate of a key ACA subsidy still up in the air, health insurers are already submitting filings indicating whether they will participate in the exchanges next year.
From Kaiser Health News: It's unclear whether keeping an ACA provision that allows children to stay on a parent's health plan until 26 is actually a good idea.
Amid increasing warnings that insurers could drop out of the individual marketplaces next year, the Trump administration has proposed a new rule that aims to stabilize the exchanges.
From Kaiser Health News: As Republicans look for ways to weaken the ACA's requirements, short-term plans may be poised to grow.
If it receives regulatory approval, Maryland CO-OP Evergreen Health will become a for-profit company.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners is lobbying Congress to prioritize policyholder claims above repaying federal loans during the liquidation of failed CO-OPs.
A new policy brief offers state policymakers tips on how to shift more prescription drug costs to payers in an effort to protect consumers.