Topic: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Georgia's governor gets a hospital and an insurer reach a new deal to get 650,000 patients out of limbo, plus more payer news.
Backlash against HHS' proposal to expand short-term health plans continues following a letter to congressional leaders by 113 medical groups.
A whistleblower alleges that a major California insurer failed to pay about $89 million in taxes on premium revenue as required under federal law.
The nation's largest health insurer saw a 13.3% increase in Q1 revenues, beating expectations and adding new beneficiaries to Medicare Advantage.
Blue states are fighting back against the Republican-controlled federal government's attempts at dismantling of the ACA.
Speaker Paul Ryan didn't accomplish his goal of Medicare and Medicaid reform, but providers are worried his successor will pick up the torch.
A gap in CMS data could allow people who have lost insurance for failing to pay their premiums to sign up during ACA special enrollment periods.
In the latest legal battle over the ACA, attorneys general in 16 states and D.C. are fighting back against a lawsuit that would gut the 2010 law.
A final rule issued by CMS relaxes requirements around essential health benefits, expands exemptions and raise the threshold for rate reviews.
CMS outlined its strategy to cut federal exchange funding by $400 million, but first, it needs Congress to pass an ACA repeal.