- Gregory A. Freeman, April 20, 2017
A slight increase in the number of uninsured Americans might be attributable to uncertainty over repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
- Gregory A. Freeman, April 19, 2017
Refusing to pay health plans the subsidies for low income consumers, as President Trump has suggested, might push struggling insurers to leave the ACA marketplace.
- Gregory A. Freeman, April 12, 2017
Health plans that have struggled to find success in the health insurance exchanges have taken the wrong approach, a health plan CEO says. They're acting as if the customers are like those from the employer-driven market.
- Gregory A. Freeman, April 5, 2017
Now that health plans have a better understanding of what it is required to do business under the Affordable Care Act, they are likely to increase premiums and more will pull out of the exchanges, some analysts say. They also question the viability of the individual...