Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
Though the ACA exchanges show signs of rebounding, marketplaces with little competition remain common, especially in the South, a new report shows.
Tara Straw, senior policy analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP), says that direct enrollments are deceptive.
States looking to experiment with health coverage can apply for ACA waivers—but many are looking beyond such waivers to boost the exchanges.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar says that feedback from the front lines—like input from insurance underwriters—is crucial to forging ahead on policy goals.
Progressive Democrats have unveiled a new “Medicare for all” plan—but what exactly does that moniker mean? Well, it depends on who you ask.
Payers and providers are urging CMS to continue to allow so-called silver loading, absent a plan to reinstate CSR payments for ACA exchange plans.
The implementation of the ACA has significantly narrowed the disparities in coverage experienced by people of color.
Democrats in are now putting a spotlight on so-called junk insurance plans touted by the Trump administration.
Despite a dip in membership last year, Molina Healthcare’s financials continue to make a significant rebound.
A Florida judge has rejected Oscar’s request for an injunction to block Florida Blue from reaching exclusive agreements with insurance brokers.