A struggling Illinois health insurance co-op is suing the federal government, claiming it is being shortchanged $72.8 million in promised payments under the Affordable Care Act.
The number of health insurers suing the Obama administration over the Affordable Care Act’s hampered risk-corridor program continues to grow.
The federal government cheered the 2016 open-enrollment period as more than 12.7 million signed up for health insurance, but a closer look at the data reveals many individual counties recorded precipitous annual declines in plan selections. That's not entirely worrisome news though.
The tax penalty and other measures designed to get younger, healthier people to sign up for individual plans on the ACA's insurance exchanges have not accomplished their mission of preventing adverse selection.
Companies offering coverage on the health insurance exchange in Maryland are proposing to increase rates.
The Justice Department said it will appeal a judge's ruling that the Obama administration is unconstitutionally funding part of the Affordable Care Act.
Covered California, the state's insurance exchange, will exclude hospitals with high rates of C-sections in an effort to reduce the overall number of medically unnecessary cesarean births, which can be costly and carry higher risks for mother and baby.
A Crain's investigation shows how Health Republic, the insurance company that was supposed to be about people, not profits, misled its customers and ran itself into the ground.
UnitedHealth Group plans to exit a third state Obamacare market as the insurer works to stem losses from its struggling Affordable Care Act business.
Twenty states with federally run small business health options program (SHOP) exchanges are taking the White House up on its offer to a launch more options in an effort to attract more employers to use the marketplaces. Those opting out fear it will have a negative impact on their risk pools and...
A lot of attention is being paid to how health insurance products in the ACA marketplaces have changed this year. There are scattered reports about loss of access to specialty hospitals in some markets, and a general narrative suggesting that overall access to top-rated providers in marketplace...
Unlike the last few election cycles, paid political advertising that features healthcare issues hasn't played a starring role in the early primaries. But once the Democratic and Republican nominees are selected, watch out.