McKinsey gives its analysis of the 2017 insurance exchange plan premium trend.
A large number of Americans remain uninsured, six years after passage of the reform law. New research explores who these people are.
The federal health reform law has not aged well, as all its major provisions are underperforming expectations and promises from the President and the Administration.
Not only is insurance on the reform law’s exchanges costing a lot more than projected, but the Mediciaid expansion also is more expensive.
A Commonwealth Fund brief tracks trends in individual health insurance policies sold on and off the health insurance exchanges.
A paper at the National Bureau of Economic Research explores how much the reform law encouraged use of preventive care.
A brief commentary on the current status of the Federal health reform law, which has had wide-ranging effects not only on the health system but on the economy.
If you thought the current reform law cost way more than the Administration said it would, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet, according to an analysis of Sen. Sanders grandiose health care vision.
A Kaiser Family Foundation Article examines factors influencing 2017 premium rates for the public insurance exchanges and urges caution in assuming large increases. Wishful thinking.
The CBO’s latest report on federal government health insurance-related costs projects a substantial rise in Medicaid spending.
So you are a health plan selling policies on the reform law insurance exchanges and you do a lousy actuarial and pricing job and you are losing lots of money; so how to fix that. Let's screw the doctors by cutting their reimbursement 4.5%; that is exactly what Highmark, a Pennsylvania Blues plan is doing. Gutless, lame, pathetic; call it whatever you want, the regulators should stop it. It isn't the doctors' fault that Highmark can't price.http://triblive.com/news/adminpage/10004191-74/highmark-plans-marketplace?utm_medium=nl&utm_source=internal&mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRokuqrPcu%2FhmjTEU5z17e8oXKS2lMI%2F0ER3fOvrPUfGjI4FS8thNa%2BTFAwTG5toziV8R7LMKM1ty9MQWxTk
The Congressional Budget Office issues a report finding that federal laws, and in particular the reform law, have a variety of effects on health insurance premiums.
A brief PriceWaterhouseCooper report examines premium trends on the reform law’s health insurance exchanges.
The latest projections from the Congressional Budget Office contain health spending information that is more than a little frightening.
Brookings looks at price and competition on several health insurance exchanges for 2016 and it doesn’t seem good.