Topic: Affordable Care Act (ACA)
CMS has approved Arizona's waiver for work requirements, making it the eighth state to test them, plus more insurance news.
CMS has unveiled a slew of policy tweaks aimed at the ACA exchanges, including a request for feedback on how it should handle “silver loading.”
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services completed the distribution of new Medicare cards ahead of its deadline, plus more healthcare headlines.
Dual rulings have blocked the Trump administration's new rules lifting some employers' requirements to provide birth control coverage that were set to go into effect on Monday.
Don Berwick, former CMS administrator and IHI co-founder, sat down with FierceHealthcare to discuss the state of health policy.
The House passed a resolution to defend the Affordable Care Act against a lawsuit, plus other payer news.
The individual mandate repeal could boost premiums in California’s exchanges, but policy experts warn that the state represents a "best case scenario."
House Democrats are aiming to defend the Affordable Care Act from legal challenges—including a Texas ruling that declared the law unconstitutional.
A lawsuit has been filed against a surgery center that may have exposed nearly 3,800 patients to blood-borne diseases and more practice news.
Many Americans between the ages of 50 and 64 are delaying medical procedures and retirement due to the cost of care.