Last week insurers notched additional wins in their fight against the Trump administration's cutoff of CSRs. But with policy changes coming to sort out silver-loading, experts predict a messy outcome.
Centene Corp. CEO Michael Neidorff says the large Medicaid managed-care plan is well positioned to deliver high quality products that lower costs.
House Energy and Commerce Committee Democrats want to slap consumer advisories on short-term limited-duration plans, and Republicans may be on board.
White House economists say eliminating the individual mandate penalty and expanding access to short-term and association health plans will generate $450 billion in consumer savings over the next decade.
State regulators say they don't have the legal authority or the staff to regulate the marketing of short-term insurance plans, a new study finds.
U.S. District Judge John Bates homed in on the paper trail of Obamacare criticism as he challenged the rationale behind the Labor Department's expansion of association health plans.
The CMS' proposed rule governing Affordable Care Act exchange payments in 2020 included cutting user fees and laying the groundwork to eliminate "silver-loading."
The partial government shutdown has stalled a proposed rule outlining plans for the 2020 coverage year for the Affordable Care Act's exchanges.
Following a successful third quarter, UnitedHealth Group will report its fourth-quarter earnings for 2018.
New Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom of California wants the state to fund more subsidies for Obamacare and negotiate prices with drugmakers.
The industry is preparing for regulatory battles with the administration and hopes for a draw with a politically divided Congress.
A little more than 8.4 million people selected or were automatically enrolled in a health plan during the HealthCare.gov open-enrollment period that ended Dec. 15.