Enrollment figures released this week by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services show close to 10 million people have signed up for insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace, as of June 30. CMS said 9.9 million individuals had paid their premiums and had an active policy by the end of June.
More than 2 million people with coverage on the health insurance exchanges may be missing out on subsidies that could lower their deductibles, copayments and maximum out-of-pocket spending limits, according to a new analysis by Avalere Health.
Most insurance plans established under the Affordable Care Act are losing money and may have difficulty repaying millions in loans, according to an audit report released by the Office of Inspector General.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said it will delay releasing data on its risk corridor ratios for insurers participating in health insurance exchanges after it found several discrepancies in the data.
Internal controls are lacking when it come to setting an individual's eligibility for tax credits and cost sharing reductions for health plans bought through Healthcare.gov, according to a new report by the Office of the Inspector General.
People enrolling in public health insurance exchanges are more willing to switch plans, placing pressure on insurers to continually win over shoppers based on price, product and service, according to a new report by Deloitte.
Some analysts who have looked at health insurers' proposed premiums for next year predict major increases for policies sold on state and federal health exchanges. Others say it's too soon to tell. One thing is clear: There's a battle brewing behind the scenes to keep plans affordable for consumers.