Topic: Association health plans
A doctor has agreed to pay $3 million to settle claims from improperly billing Medicaid and Medicare programs.
The lobbying group says AHPs will destabilize ACA markets and create an opportunity for abusive insurance practices.
A bill in the Senate would overturn the association plan expansion. Plus: The DOJ says the Arkansas work requirement case needs a new judge.
The 50-plus page complaint covers more than 40 years of federal history, law and policy, including judicial precedent and Congressional intent.
The White House's latest move to lower drug prices could be a wet blanket to two insurance giants, plus more news from around the web.
It's all good in neighborhoods across the country so far. Of the carriers who have filed rates, none have exited.
The Medicare agency is pushing back the deadline to participate in the Trump administration's new bundled payment program.
The Department of Labor finalized a rule on Tuesday to expand association health plans, a move criticized by industry groups.
A new coalition of industry giants says it will fight for "affordability" and "quality." But exact policy positions they support are still unknown.