Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
As states eye ways to make health coverage more affordable, many see launching their own state-based insurance exchange as a key solution.
Oscar Health and Cleveland Clinic will expand their co-branded insurance product into three more Ohio counties, the two announced Thursday.
A new California law reclassifies some independent contractors as employees, requiring they be offered a range of benefits and worker protections.
There are nearly 54 million people who have a pre-existing condition that would have been declined before the ACA went online, a new analysis finds.
Preliminary ACA filings across 23 states show that insurers are seeking a median premium hike of 2.3% for 2020.
The Trump administration will allow 10 states to participate in a demonstration that will offer new flexibility to provide wellness programs.
A judge has dismissed the ongoing case between Oscar Health and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida over broker arrangements.
At least six states are creating their own health insurance marketplaces or are seriously considering doing so.
Startup insurer Oscar Health is planning to add six new states and 12 new markets to its Affordable Care Act exchange footprint in 2020.
The ACA reduced racial and ethnic disparities in coverage, but declines were the steepest in states that expanded Medicaid.