Topic: Association health plans
Preliminary ACA filings across 23 states show that insurers are seeking a median premium hike of 2.3% for 2020.
A federal judge found that the Trump administration's 2018 rule to expand short-term plans doesn't violate federal law
Trump touted the administration’s expansion of health reimbursement arrangements, saying for many consumers they “will be the way of the future.”
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a brief in support of the association health plan finalized ruling delivered in late 2018.
The Labor Department announced its intent to appeal the rejection of the 2018 regulation expanding access to association health plans.
A judge cited an attempted “end-run” around the ACA in rejecting large chunks of a new rule expanding access to association health plans.
Despite a judge’s ruling last week that left association health plans in flux, state and local chambers of commerce are still committed to such plans.
A federal judge has rejected the Trump administration's attempt to expand association health plans.
There’s no universal way for states to approach oversight of association and short-term health plans, experts say.
States looking to experiment with health coverage can apply for ACA waivers—but many are looking beyond such waivers to boost the exchanges.