Policymakers in Medicaid expansion states likely will try to wring some cash from hospitals starting in 2017 when the federal government no longer pays the full tab for the coverage expansion, experts say.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold premium subsidies through the federal exchange could spell the end of states establishing their own Affordable Care Act marketplaces. It could even prompt more states to turn over control of their exchanges to the federal government.
Don't count on many states to quickly establish their own insurance exchanges to keep their residents covered if the U.S. Supreme Court this month strikes down premium subsidies in states using the federal exchange.
Shawn Seipler is on a mission to save lives with soap. It began about seven years ago as a tiny operation in a single-car garage in Orlando, Fla., where a few friends and family members used meat grinders, potato peelers and cookers to recycle used soap into fresh bars.
The physician owner of a Nevada clinic linked to a deadly hepatitis C outbreak pleaded guilty in federal court April 2 to Medicare fraud.
The physician owner of a Nevada clinic linked to a deadly hepatitis C outbreak pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to healthcare fraud.
“Good riddance.” That was the two-word statement issued by U.S. Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) on hearing the news that Glenn Haggstrom, the Veterans Affairs Department chief of acquisition, logistics and construction, had resigned last week.
Construction and design firms' focus on innovation and outpatient facilities suggests they are adjusting to a broader transformation in the healthcare industry.
Should lumbering, flesh-eating ghouls begin to spread their maddening state of undeadness to a frenzied U.S. population ... keep calm and head for the hills.
Dignity Health is preparing to apply for a California health insurance license that will allow the San Francisco-based health system to accept full financial risk for patients' medical care.
The second open-enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act closed Sunday with more than 10 million enrollments. Reform supporters cheered the gains but cautioned that hurdles remain, most notably a U.S. Supreme Court case that could strike down premium subsidies in up to 37 states.
Many of the new consumer-governed, not-for-profit health plans launched thanks to the ACA were in shaky financial shape in their first nine months of operation and will need to be closely monitored, raising questions about the law's method of boosting insurance competition.