Topic: Insurance Premiums
A new analysis from the Altarum Institute found that spending and price growth among the privately insured sped up in 2017 and the first half of 2018 compared to public payers.
The risk adjustment freeze will make health insurance and medical care unaffordable for many Americans, the AMA and others warned.
Colorado is seeing the smallest premium increases in years. Plus, physicians blame pharma for high costs in new survey.
The publicly operated L.A. Care Health Plan has a new strategy in addressing a primary care physician shortage in Los Angeles.
States working to stabilize their individual exchanges still face challenges with urban versus rural members and unsubsidized membership.
Lots of factors are at play when it comes to high healthcare costs. But doctors are sure of one thing: They aren’t to blame.
The settlement resolves allegations ARA diverted dialysis patients to commercial plans with a premium assistance scheme.
On Tuesday evening, officials announced that planned funding levels for grants to assist Affordable Care Act enrollments would be drastically cut.
Three Blues plans would miss out on a combined $2 billion if the CMS maintains the freeze, which experts say is unlikely.
During an American Enterprise Institute event examining the future of ACA, experts said they expect risk adjustment payments will be paid on time.