Humana to Cut Some Jobs, Add Others
The company is shifting resources away from individual major medical and toward Tricare.
GOP Senator Floats Repealing ACA Individual Mandate in Tax Bill
Some fear trying to mix health policy and tax policy.
Panel: Employers Face ACA Social Security Number Error Nightmares
An advisory council is pleading with the IRS to give employers relief.
Judge Seems Likely to Turn Back States’ ACA Subsidy Injunction Bid
Nineteen jurisdictions have asked the court to keep cost-sharing reduction money flowing.
Attorneys General Seek Emergency Order to Protect ACA Subsidy
Officials from about 20 states are seeking help from a federal judge in California.
7 Reasons Republicans Couldn't End Obamacare
The author says the real surprise is how close Congress came to passing a bill.
Republicans, Start Over on Health Care
The former mayor of New York says Affordable Care Act critics should acknowledge that it helped some people get covered.
Key Republican Says No Deal on Bipartisan ACA Fix Bill
Lamar Alexander says he has not been able to round up enough votes to pass a bill.
3 Ways the ACA Individual Mandate Drives Forecasters Crazy
CBO analysts wonder whether a post-mandate world is the same as a no-mandate world.
ACA Healthy Enrollee Bills Pound Aetna and Kaiser: Mark Farrah
The same risk program that killed the CO-OPs gives some big insurers heartburn.