Topic: Insurance Premiums
The House and Senate have agreed upon a unified tax overhaul bill that has significant implications for the health insurance industry.
Healthcare leaders can expect even more uncertainty over healthcare reform in 2018 and new threats to cybersecurity.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
Lawmakers’ plan to further delay the health insurance tax has hit a snag—in the form of another unpopular Affordable Care Act tax.
It's looking less likely that two bipartisan bills to shore up the ACA will actually become law.
Republicans have succeeded in passing a bill through the Senate that rolls back one of the ACA's most important tenets: the individual mandate.
Concerns continue to mount about the GOP tax bill's implications for both public payers and private insurance markets.
The Congressional Budget Office says that passing an ACA stabilization bill won’t really mitigate the effects of repealing the individual mandate.
While government subsidies will shield many consumers from steep premium increases, it’s also crucial to consider how rate hikes affect the unsubsidized.
From Kaiser Health News: Experts and regulators are concerned about new health plans claiming to be lower-cost alternatives to Affordable Care Act coverage.