Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
During the 2017 open enrollment period, private insurers have stepped up advertising to compensate for the federal government pulling back.
J. Mario Molina, M.D., now resigned from Molina Healthcare’s board of directors after being fired as the company's CEO in May.
The House and Senate have agreed upon a unified tax overhaul bill that has significant implications for the health insurance industry.
With more than 1 million plan selections from Dec. 3-9, Healthcare.gov just had its strongest week yet during the 2017 open enrollment season.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
As the ACA enrollment season enters the home stretch, some worry that a surge of sign-ups will slow down the federal exchange and clog call centers.
While Healthcare.gov signups picked up in the fifth week of open enrollment, it’s likely that the final enrollment total will fall short of last year.
It's looking less likely that two bipartisan bills to shore up the ACA will actually become law.
The country’s biggest for-profit health insurers have become increasingly dependent on Medicare and Medicaid for both profits and growth.
The gap between the haves and have-nots has grown wider in the health insurance sector—and policy changes may be the culprit.