Topic: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Health insurers’ financial performance is on a continuing upward trend, but political and legal risks could pose a threat to that growth.
Attorneys general seeking to defend the ACA argue that their opponents—including the DOJ—have poor legal standing to challenge the law.
All less-educated adults—across racial, ethnic and geographical lines—have seen worsening health between 1997 and 2017.
A new report dives into how the Trump administration has scrubbed plenty of references to the Affordable Care Act from its websites.
A doctor explains why he’s encouraged the recent CMS Primary Cares directive will enable physician practices to deliver smarter care to patients.
Washington is set to become the first state to launch a public option—but don’t expect the floodgates to open and states to follow just yet.
The political back-and-forth about the legal fight over the legality of the ACA continued this week.
Merging has proven to be a flawed strategy for many hospitals and perhaps has slowed progress toward value-based care.
A binary view—Medicare (and, for argument’s sake, Medicare for All) versus Obamacare—oversimplifies the issues and distracts from the proposals.
The Trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to dismiss lawsuits from insurers seeking more than $12 billion in risk corridor payments.