Topic: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Oscar says it will suffer "immediate irreparable harm" if the court doesn't grant its requested relief.
NYU's Sherry Glied and Stanford's Lanhee Chen outlined what Democrats and Republicans need to think about for success in 2020 at an event on Friday.
Hgih-profile insurers have left the ACA marketplaces every year since 2015. Now they're starting to come back.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Oscar Health accused the Florida plan of a "blatant" scheme to restrict access to ACA plans.
Just over 370,000 people signed up for plans on Healthcare.gov during the first week of open enrollment, down from last year.
Employers have not responded to the ACA's mandates in the ways critics predicted, according to a new report.
The agency wants to prevent Medicare beneficiaries from accidentally enrolling in exchange plans and separate premium payments for abortions.
A new final rule allows employers to claim "moral objections" to birth control coverage, an issue that has brought prior legal challenges.
Democrats took control of the House on Tuesday night, as the GOP held on to the Senate. Could bipartisan healthcare reform be on their radar?
Several insurers are planning to take the risk corridor case to the Supreme Court to recoup more than $12 billion in payments.