The federal government's move to take HealthCare.gov offline for 12 hours nearly every Sunday during open enrollment reduces the chances consumers have to sign up for coverage in an already challenging enrollment period.
The White House was dealt a major blow when congressional Republicans' push to dismantle the Affordable Care Act failed, but the administration isn't done trying to undo the ACA yet.
The chairman of the Senate health committee says he's looking for short-term fixes that Republicans and Democrats can agree on in the next 10 days so Congress can influence ACA insurance rates for 2018.
Congress returns from its summer recess amid hopeful signs that moderates in the Senate will craft bipartisan legislation to bolster the individual insurance markets created by the Affordable Care Act.
The CMS is pushing the rate-filing deadline to Sept. 5 to give insurers time to adjust their rates to account for changes to the ACA risk adjustment formula.
If approved, the lone insurer's proposed double-digit rate decrease would be the first time the average rate has decreased under the current federal healthcare law in Alaska.
Health insurers have warned for months that they will raise premiums if the Trump administration and Congress fail to fund crucial cost-sharing subsidies. Now, the Trump administration faces the threat that states will sue over the payments.
Despite dwindling insurers in exchanges across the country in California, 11 plans competed for consumers in 2017 and the state has been known to turn away insurers because of high prices and inadequate networks.
Medica last week said it will offer plans on Nebraska's exchanges statewide in 2018.
Anthem has been hinting for months that it may pull out of some Affordable Care Act exchanges, but Ohio marks its first retreat.
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