Revenue CycleWaystar's eSolutions Acquisition Will Let Providers Manage Commercial, Government Claims on Single Platform
Historically, providers have had to leverage two different systems, one to handle commercial claims, and another to handle Medicare, according...
StrategyBack to the Future: Trump's History of Promising a Health Plan That Never Comes
In his 3½ years in office, the president has yet to deliver on his oft-repeated promise of replacing the ACA.
FinanceCovered California Announces Record-Low Rate Hike for 2021
Some industry observers had called for rate cuts, given the windfall health plans have reaped so far this year from...
FinanceDon't Count on Lower Premiums Despite Pandemic-Driven Boon for Insurers
Numerous insurers across the country have announced plans to hike rates next year, though some have proposed cuts.
FinanceCigna's Net Income Grew to $1.8B During Q2, Despite Pandemic Challenges
The Bloomingfield, Connecticut?based insurer's adjusted net income also rose during Q2 2020, hitting $2.2 billion compared to $1.6 billion in...
Covid-19Missourians to Vote on Medicaid Expansion as Crisis Leaves Millions Without Insurance
If Medicaid expansion passes in Missouri, coverage for those newly eligible people would begin in 2021.
Covid-19Medi-Cal Agency's New Head Wants to Tackle Disparities and Racism
Will Lightbourne sees his job as a chance to refocus Medi-Cal on improving health by linking people with behavioral health...
StrategyThe COVID-19 Downturn Triggers Jump in Medicaid Enrollment
Program sign-ups are widely expected to accelerate through the summer, reflecting the higher number of unemployed.
StrategyLast Thing Patients Need During Pandemic: Being Last to Know a Doctor Left Network
Changes to health plan networks occur all the time as doctors retire, relocate or leave networks. And patients may be...
FinanceCMS says Exchange Enrollment Snapshot Shows 'Market Stability'
CMS reported that 10.7 million consumers had gained coverage through the Exchanges in February 2020.
Covid-19Medicaid Mystery: Millions of Enrollees Haven't Materialized in California
Medi-Cal enrollment has hovered around 12.5 million since March, when the pandemic shut down much of the economy.
StrategyAdministration Eases Rules to Give Laid-Off Workers More Time to Sign Up for COBRA
By extending the time frame to sign up for COBRA coverage, people have at least 120 days to decide whether...