FinanceAfter a Decade of Lobbying, ALS Patients Gain Faster Access to Disability Payments
People with ALS often must quit their jobs and sometimes their spouses do, too, to provide care, leaving families in...
StrategyDemocrats Are Running Hard on Health Care in Georgia's Senate Runoffs. Republicans? Not So Much.
The runoff in Georgia was triggered when no candidate in either Senate race won more than 50% of the vote...
StrategyTrump Rule Gives Small Companies a New Tool to Help Workers Buy Health Coverage
Instead of a traditional plan, the chamber established an ?individual coverage health reimbursement arrangement? (sometimes referred to as ICHRA).
StrategyThink Your Health Care Is Covered? Beware of the 'Junk' Insurance Plan
With this year?s open enrollment period well underway, millions of people are looking for coverage on the federal and state...
NursingNeed a COVID-19 Nurse? That'll Be $8,000 a Week
With virtually every part of the country experiencing a surge, the competition for the finite number of available nurses is...
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...
FinanceApp-Based Companies Pushing Prop. 22 Say Drivers Will Get Health Benefits. Will They?
Under Proposition 22, drivers who qualify would get a stipend they could use to buy an insurance plan.
StrategySen. Graham Complains That 3 Blue States Get a Third of ACA Funding
His statement got us wondering if those numbers are true.
Revenue CycleLower Premiums but Higher Out-of-Pocket Costs? Consumers Will Take the Risk.
A new report shows an 11-percentage-point drop in the share of marketplace enrollees buying silver plans after the Trump Administration's...
Clinical CareCoronavirus Pandemic Bares U.S. Healthcare Flaws, Points to Improvements
The pandemic has highlighted problems that have plagued U.S. healthcare for decades.
Revenue CycleCOVID-19 Will Result in an Estimated 3.5M Uninsured by End of 2020
Other new research shows that health insurance losses were happening well before the pandemic.
Covid-19Almost Half of Families That Lost Work Due to COVID-19 Also Avoided Healthcare
"COVID-19 continues to highlight longstanding structural inequities," Mona Shah, senior program officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, said in...