Kaiser CEO to Lead Health Insurer Group
AHIP's new board members come from nonprofit Blues, and from issuers outside the traditional commercial major medical market.
Insurers Might Support 'Medicare Advantage for All'
America's Health Insurance Plans promotes public-private partnerships in a new statement.
Trump Hints at Killing ACA Cost-Sharing Reduction Subsidy
One analyst says there’s a 30% chance program payments could end in August.
5 Things for Agents to Know About the Senate Health Bill
Some say the Better Care Reconciliation Act could affect products other than individual health.
Health Plans Mind the Brains and Kidneys
AHIP members try to cope with uncertainty in Washington by helping enrollees get well
Shut Out by House GOP, Industry Pins Health Bill Hopes on Senate
Health insurers are hoping to get help from Rob Portman of Ohio and Dean Heller of Nevada.
Health Investors Shrug as GOP Bill Faces Tough Road in Senate
Investors assume the ACA change effort will get watered down in the Senate, an analyst says.
Anthem sought changes to AHCA in Trump meeting
Topics that came up included cost-sharing reduction subsidies and Medicaid funding.
Feds try to ease ACA subsidy program data agony
CMS hopes to cut the average number of cost-sharing reduction file re-sends to four. From eight.
Doctor, hospital groups line up against GOP health proposal
Both nonprofit and for-profit hospitals want to see more support for low-income Americans.