Keyword: New Mexico Health Connections
Despite a brief payment freeze last summer, the Affordable Care Act’s risk adjustment program “operated smoothly” last year, new CMS data shows.
HHS is appealing a New Mexico district judge's ruling that the agency's risk adjustment formula is "arbitrary and capricious."
After nearly a year of back-and-forth with smaller insurers in the courts, CMS will use statewide average premiums to determine the payment amounts.
New Mexico Health Connections wants a court to immediately strike down a rule that reinstated risk adjustment payments.
The lead attorney for New Mexico Health Connections said the insurer plans to appeal portions of the court's February ruling.
Despite being owed hundreds of millions of dollars through the federal risk adjustment program, the largest insurers won't feel any financial pain.
A U.S. District Court ruling may have implications for how the ACA's risk-adjustment rules are applied.
Republicans’ recently unveiled healthcare plan is drawing concern from health insurance leaders.
From Kaiser Health News: Republicans’ delay in finding common ground to repeal and replace the health law raises risks that coverage could shrink and rates rise even more, the industry says.
Two more health insurers have sued the federal government over what they see is a flawed risk adjustment formula that's unfair to smaller carriers.