Topic: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
The majority of people who fall into the ACA’s “coverage gap” live in one of four non-expansion states, according to a new study.
Under its Medicaid expansion, rates of patient screening for colorectal cancer in Kentucky have increased dramatically, according to a new study.
FierceHealthcare spoke with Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson about technology, Kaiser's recent investments in social determinants and other topics.
Though the ACA exchanges show signs of rebounding, marketplaces with little competition remain common, especially in the South, a new report shows.
Maryland legislators approved a bill that would allow residents to begin the enrollment process for health coverage on their tax returns.
New Hampshire residents have filed suit against the Trump administration over work requirements in the state’s Medicaid program.
Medicare beneficiaries can be easily tripped up by the difference between a physical and the annual "wellness visit" covered by the program.
There’s no universal way for states to approach oversight of association and short-term health plans, experts say.
Tara Straw, senior policy analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP), says that direct enrollments are deceptive.
States looking to experiment with health coverage can apply for ACA waivers—but many are looking beyond such waivers to boost the exchanges.