Hoosiers living in areas with poor health will start seeing insurance premium increases soon with little to no increase in subsidy credits.
Archive | July, 2014
Indiana’s Medicaid backlog may be a problem for HIP 2.0 as Feds investigate the state.
A D.C. Appeals Court has ruled against the Affordable Care Act and the Obama Administration, pertaining specifically to how tax subsidies are awarded.
A new study by Ball State shows Hoosiers liking Obamacare more and more, or at least parts of it.
“The premiums that one new entrant — CareSource — wants to charge are so much lower than other insurers’ state regulators raised that issue with the company, according to the filings.”
Halbig v. Burwell, wants to declare the ACA unconstitutional based on wording within the Internal Revenue Code on how tax credits are to be meted out for people who purchase health care on state or federally run exchanges.
Ryan Thorn was named to the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) Board of Trustees as president at the 84th Annual Convention and Exhibition inScottsdale, Arizona.
It wasn’t supposed to work this way, but since the Affordable Care Act took effect in January, Norton Hospital has seen its packed emergency room become even more crowded, with about 100 more patients a month.
Health insurance has been so intricately tied to employment and a specific pool of people for so long that we’re just starting to wrestle with what’s important: innovation versus morality, and where’s the money going to come from to do as much of both as possible?
Long before the buildup to the passing of the Affordable Care Act millions of Americans knew the healthcare system needed some serious reforms. That’s not surprising to anyone. And long before the ACA’s passing, organizations like the National Association of Health Underwriters and like-minded organizations saw some common-sense solutions to help the country’s 314 million […]