Month: April 2015
A group of Democrats including Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada launched a bid on Tuesday to repeal a section of the health care law that will tax high-priced insurance plans starting in 2018.
How Has the Individual Insurance Market Grown Under the Affordable Care Act?
The individual (or “non-group”) insurance market has changed substantially under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The parent company of Assurant Health said Tuesday that it will sell or shut down the Milwaukee health insurer — which employs 1,200 people in the area — by the end of next year.
Emily and Scott Bailey's lives changed forever in January: the adoption lawyer they’d been working with for the past year had located a newborn for them in Las Vegas.
Republican negotiators in the House and Senate announced a deal on a joint budget Wednesday that would cut domestic spending, increase defense spending and open a new door in the quest to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Health Care for Small Companies: A Conversation with the Head of a Private Insurance Exchange
Imagine walking into a Nordstrom stocked with only a single pair of black shoes – no options for size, color or shape. Now think of a single insurance plan for all people, regardless of their age, income, medical needs or personal preferences.
Should drug makers be required to disclose their costs to justify rising prices?
Nearly 40% of health-care providers treating Medicare patients will have their payments docked 1.5% this year because they didn’t submit data on patients’ health to the government, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said.
The majority of H&R Block clients who received federal help to pay for their health insurance in 2014 got an unwelcome surprise when it came to their refund.
Thousands of families with a disabled or deceased parent may have received a lower subsidy than they deserved to buy health coverage through the federal insurance marketplace as a result of a calculation error by the federal government.