Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
States working to stabilize their individual exchanges still face challenges with urban versus rural members and unsubsidized membership.
DOJ may not block CVS-Aetna and UnitedHealthcare's re-entry onto the Massachusetts exchange creates confusion.
The CMS administrator said states should continue to expect “flexibility” despite a Kentucky court ruling limiting Medicaid work requirements.
On Tuesday evening, officials announced that planned funding levels for grants to assist Affordable Care Act enrollments would be drastically cut.
The expansion triples the insurance startup's geographical footprint and expands its presence on the ACA marketplace in two states.
It's all good in neighborhoods across the country so far. Of the carriers who have filed rates, none have exited.
Exchange consumers are dropping coverage over time, but it's not as bad as last year. That news and other headlines from around the web.
During an American Enterprise Institute event examining the future of ACA, experts said they expect risk adjustment payments will be paid on time.
About 1.1 million people have already dropped from their exchange plan in 2018.
Chet Burrell, president and CEO of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, is counting the days to his retirement.