Topic: Association health plans
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.
Seema Verma has claimed that expansion of short-term plans will have little impact on the marketplace, but the HHS actuary says that's not true.
Consumers are in for a rude awakening next year as some will likely be hit with double-digit premium increases while Congress points fingers.
HHS is making good on its promise to reduce regulatory burdens with a preview of some red-tape rollback planned for the rest of 2018.
A new report finds that skyrocketing healthcare costs could be pushing some employers toward "no-coverage" land.
Federal policy decisions reduced consumer choice and raised healthcare insurance premiums in 2018, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.