Topic: health savings accounts (HSA)
The Idaho Supreme Court has rejected a legal challenge aiming to block the state's voter-mandated Medicaid expansion, plus more payer headlines.
Brett Kavanaugh officially became a Supreme Court Justice, plus more healthcare news from around the web.
In 2015, the most recent year the health insurance tax was in effect, insurers lost about $11 billion.
The votes follow contentious debates in committee last week. Plus, doctors are tepid about changes to the Medicare physician fee schedule.
HSA and HDHP enrollments continue to grow each year, an approach backed by members of Congress and the administration.
Payers could expand adoption of high-deductible health plans by educating consumers about them, according to a new report.
The Trump administration wants several policies favored by conservatives to be included in ACA stabilization legislation.
Enrollment growth in health savings account-eligible health plans, once robust, appears to be slowing down.
The way Cardinal Innovations Healthcare CEO Richard Topping sees it, the "gold rush" tied to Medicaid expansion is over. But that isn't necessarily bad.
Two Republican senators have introduced a bill that would exempt some people from the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate.