Lamar Alexander Keeps the Individual Health Rescue Fight Alive
Today, he posted his bill, listed 11 Republican cosponsors, and told House Republicans they've already approved temporary ACA subsidy funding.
Why There's No Room for Compromise on Obamacare
The author says more flexible waivers and copper plans are not worth the subsidy money.
Attorneys General Seek Emergency Order to Protect ACA Subsidy
Officials from about 20 states are seeking help from a federal judge in California.
Bipartisan Health Care Deal Comes Too Late to Fix Much
The author says the proposal might not do much.
Anthem Breaks With Express Scripts, Will Start Own Drug Plan
The insurer will work with CVS for five years and form its own PBM unit, IngenioRx.
Alex Azar Tops List to Be Next HHS Secretary
The former HHS general counsel has also been a pharmaceutical company executive.
Senators Float Seniors Tax Hike Prevention Act of 2017
Without action, the income threshold after which seniors can deduct health care expenses from their taxes will rise this year.
HealthCare.gov Managers Talk About Agent Comp
Trump's people may be going into just a little more detail than Obama's people did.
Trump Cools on ACA Subsidy Deal, May Skip Today’s Payments
Trump praised the Alexander-Murray deal Tuesday, but he tweeted against it Wednesday morning.
Sudden Cost-Sharing Reduction End Could Thump Florida Blue
Figures from Avalere show the mid-year change might cost all affected carriers about $1 billion.