HealthCare.gov Volume Growth Shrinks
The activity is still much higher than it was a year ago, according to CMS data.
HealthCare.gov Posts Strong Second-Week Results
Daily volume was almost as strong as during the first week, and business from newcomers increased.
Average Short-Term Health Premium Creeps Lower
Out-of-pocket prices may also be falling in the ACA-compliant individual major medical market.
Humana to Cut Some Jobs, Add Others
The company is shifting resources away from individual major medical and toward Tricare.
Web Broker Reports Strong Individual Health Activity
Enrollment for 2018 started Wednesday with questions about the effects of Trump administration changes.
Colorado's 2018 Individual Health Rates Will Be Weird: Wakely
A high-income snoozer in one region could pay 42% more. A low-income active shopper elsewhere might pay 55% less.
5 Hints About the Fate of This Major Medical World
Maybe it will implode. Maybe it will mutate. Maybe it will shock everyone and just muddle through.
Feds Explain How They'll Cut Off ACA Subsidy Payments to Insurers
CMS won't adjust any past subsidy payments in insurers' favor, but it will try to claw back excess payments.
What If Consumers Accuse Agents of Sham HealthCare.gov Enrollments?
HealthCare.gov explains how it will handle people who say they got covered against their will.
7 Reasons Republicans Couldn't End Obamacare
The author says the real surprise is how close Congress came to passing a bill.