As millions of workers lose income through furloughs and wage cuts, COVID-19 may exacerbate the trend of employer-based health insurance becoming less affordable and premium contributions and deductibles taking up a larger share of household income.
The process needs to be made easier for workers and their families to enroll in...National News
As the Affordable Care Act turns 10 years old, the country looks back on its successes and controversies -- and looks forward to its uncertain future.
One thing most can agree on: it has transformed healthcare in America.
Matt Eyles, the CEO of the lobbying group America’s Health Insurance Plans, spoke with FierceHealthcare...National News
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed new rules for ACA-plans expecting to participate in exchanges in 2021.
The underlying factor uniting the various updates seems to be a push to reduce premium subsidy outlays. Among the proposals: no longer automatically renewing the ACA-plans of low-income people with...Arizona News
In 2018, about 750,000 Arizonans were part of the 28.5 million pool of uninsured Americans or 8.9% of the U.S. population.
Reporting from Cronkite New included some experts who have speculated that the increase in Arizona may be a result of the state's high undocumented population and the Trump administration's continuing efforts to...