After the Affordable Care Act, Mississippi became the only state in the union where the percentage of uninsured residents has gone up, not down.
This tax season, for the first time since the health law passed five years ago, consumers are facing its financial consequences. The worst may be yet to come.
The state that put itself on the vanguard of health reform only to struggle under the weight of its own ambition is now has an ultimatum for fixing its public insurance exchange.
Another cooperative insurer is boasting about low premiums attracting droves of new exchange members, raising questions about long-term viability in the wake of CoOportunity's liquidation.
Facing scrutiny over executive compensation, reserves and premiums, California's third largest insurer is under pressure to justify its state tax exemption, and state finance authorities wants to start collecting.
A total of 16.4 million non-elderly adults have gained health insurance coverage since the Affordable Care Act became law five years ago this month, a "historic" reduction in the number of uninsured.
Following the nation's changing demographics at the local level in some major markets, Humana is making a small investment in more convenient service for Hispanic and Latino members.
Some state health insurance markets are in for another exodus of pre-health reform plans, as regulators pursue stability on and off the public exchanges.
The company that defined health insurance e-commerce is struggling in the new market, despite an attempt to sell subsidized health plans, and is now looking to Medicare.
The Department of Health and Human Services is being urged to add another qualifying event to the list of ways people can buy an exchange plan in a "special enrollment period."
After $300 million, thousands of hours of labor and a few lost government careers, one of the biggest disappointments in progressive health policy has reached the end of the road.
Starting next year, health insurers have to give Americans in Medicare Advantage plans and federal exchange policies up-to-date details about which doctors are in their plans and taking new patients.
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