Covid-19Two-Thirds of ACA Plan Enrollees Expressed Concern With the Current ACA Law, COVID Vaccine
The eHealth survey also found over two-thirds of ACA plan enrollees find the coverage cost is too expensive.
StrategyMedicare Open Enrollment Is Complicated. Here's How to Get Good Advice.
For all its complexity and nearly endless options, Medicare fundamentally boils down to two choices: traditional fee-for-service or the managed...
FinanceHow Will the Biden Healthcare Agenda Impact Health Systems?
Hospitals and health systems are interested in how President-elect Biden will handle the ongoing coronavirus crisis, healthcare policy reform, and...
Covid-19Were You Notified About Missing Tax Forms for Your ACA Subsidy? Blame COVID.
Officials at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services confirmed that some consumers received notices from the agency alerting them...
StrategyFlorida's New Hospital Industry Head Ran Medicaid in State and Fought Expansion
Mary Mayhew led Florida's Medicaid agency since 2019 and has been a vocal critic of the ACA's Medicaid expansion.
StrategyAMA Offers Conditional Support for Public Option Health Plan
AMA President Susan R. Bailey, MD, said the "guardrails" for the public option were adopted by the AMA's House of...
StrategyRed States' Case Against ACA Hinges on Whether They Were Actually Harmed by the Law
If the states cannot prove they have standing, the justices can toss their case without ruling on its merits.
StrategyNearly 820K Selected ACA Plans During First Week of Open Enrollment Period
CMS stated that there were more than 170,000 new consumers on the HealthCare.gov platform during the first week of the...
StrategyBiden Plan to Lower Medicare Eligibility Age to 60 Faces Hostility From Hospitals
Medicare reimbursement rates for patients admitted to hospitals average half what commercial or employer-sponsored insurance plans pay.
StrategyCalifornia Stands to Lose Big if SCOTUS Cancels Obamacare
The state enthusiastically embraced Obamacare, and it gets more money than any other state under the law.
FinanceWhat SCOTUS Oral Arguments in ACA Case Mean for Hospitals
The case, which could decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act, will likely have repercussions for hospitals and health...
StrategyStakeholders Back ACA as SCOTUS Weighs Its Future
Payers and providers alike predict havoc and a public health crisis if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable...