Topic: Health Insurance Exchanges
Shortly after the governor announced efforts to design a reinsurance program, Maryland released encouraging news about its own.
One analyst called the controversial deal “the true definition of disruption.” But will this upheaval help or harm the market?
Consumers can claim the exemption on their taxes without requesting permission to do so from the exchanges.
An eHealth survey found more than half of insurers will expand their offerings on the ACA market in 2019, and more.
The insurer hopes to expand its presence in Medicaid, in Medicare Advantage and on the exchanges.
A new analysis throws more fuel on the fire for groups looking to delay the health insurance tax.
Without an enrollment target or sufficient outreach funding, the individual market is unlikely to stabilize.
CMS is encouraging states to allow the sale of plans outside of ACA exchanges that don’t incorporate a surcharge.
Among states with federally facilitated marketplaces, premiums were 50% higher in rating areas with one carrier compared to those with three or more.
After reporting $512 million in losses last year, Molina Healthcare is mounting a resurgence with its eye on the ACA exchanges.