Crowell & Moring Says Feds Owe N.Y. Health Insurer More Than $38.7M
HealthNew says the government should follow through on its payment obligations.
Will Congress Wrap Group Health in a 50-State Crazy Quilt?
A benefits lawyer argues that well-intentioned flexibility efforts could drive up employer costs.
Health Startup Oscar Posts $57.6 Million First-Half Loss
Premiums exceed claim payments in Texas and California, but not in New York.
Insurer Steps In to Cover `Bare' Individual Health Markets in Nevada
The only counties now on track to be 'empty' are one in Ohio and one in Wisconsin.
The Shouters Win Town Hall Battles, Lose the War
The author contends that it's too easy to confuse visibility with effectiveness.
3 Weird Ways an ACA Subsidy Cut Could Help You
CBO analysts say axing cost-sharing reduction payments could create hard-to-find health plan bargains.
ACA Risk-Adjustment Program Chokes Remaining ACA CO-OPs
Evergreen Health appears to be dead. Minuteman Health may still have a shot at an after life.
3 Ways to Combat Health Reform Chaos
Washington is a mess — and your group clients still have companies to run, and employees to cover.
McConnell Gets Daunting To-Do List From Trump, Who Then Piles On
The tax fight have to compete for Senate floor with efforts to raise the federal debt ceiling.
Reed Smith's Sher Talks About Molina's $52 Million ACA Win and What's Next
A lawyer for health insurers says the outcome may hinge partly on court rulings from the 1870s.