Keyword: Sabrina Corlette
The Affordable Care Act is having a pretty turbulent ninth birthday as the Trump administration and House Democrats duel over its future.
There’s no universal way for states to approach oversight of association and short-term health plans, experts say.
Fresh faces in D.C. and in state capitals nationwide could prompt the growth of reinsurance—and all its benefits, say the authors of a new analysis.
Despite being owed hundreds of millions of dollars through the federal risk adjustment program, the largest insurers won't feel any financial pain.
While the Trump administration's latest challenge to the ACA may be stuck in court for years, it could still have some more immediate impacts.
Patients have plenty to gain from the latest innovations in healthcare, but price and coverage remain key barriers, experts say.
A number of states are scrambling to enact laws that safeguard the ACA's central provisions, including the individual mandate.
Some states are weighing options to implement their own insurance mandates, efforts that have largely stalled.
More people are turning to health-sharing ministries as an alternative to traditional insurance plans.
Idaho says it will allow insurers to ignore some ACA rules on plans not sold on the marketplace. But that approach raises a multitude of questions.