Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
A nonpartisan federal agency estimates that premiums in the exchange market will jump by double digits next year, mainly driven by GOP policy.
Maryland-based CareFirst found new leadership in a familiar face, with current COO Brian Pieninck set to take over.
Two federal policies could add thousands of dollars in premiums to benchmark plans, according to an analysis by the Center for American Progress.
The CMS has rejected one state's request to end the individual mandate; also, is it cheaper to cover people under Medicaid or through the exchanges?
Democratic leaders will be allowed to defend the ACA in a lawsuit filed by their GOP counterparts, plus more news you may have missed.
Consumers are in for a rude awakening next year as some will likely be hit with double-digit premium increases while Congress points fingers.
On the heels of Virginia insurers' filings, Maryland ACA insurers are asking for massive premium increases for 2019.
Early premium filings in Virginia are likely a preview of what's to come for ACA exchange plans next year, and initial signs are not good.
Donald Trump's original HHS secretary has apparently flipped his position on the ACA's individual mandate.
Aetna has added 250,000 Medicare Advantage members and has trimmed costs in the first quarter as it looks to close a deal with CVS Health.