Indiana is going from 3 carriers and 278 plans to 9 carriers and 975 plans, but rates are expected to go up 3 to 5%.
The House Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions came to Greenfield City Hall for a field hearing called “The Effects of the President’s Health Care Law on Indiana’s Classrooms and Workplaces.”
We’re less than 6 months away from the end of the current tax year and the start of the 2015 tax year. That’s when a slew of new and postponed employer obligations for healthcare kicks in under the Affordable Care Act.
Flash back to 2010 and the original intent of healthcare.gov and most people imagined, if it worked, consumers would just go to one website and buy health insurance as easily as they do a song from iTunes.
“I think we’re past a point of just a repeal because what we had before, that’s gone. So if you repeal it … we have nothing at all.”
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is moving forward with a lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service after US District Judge William T. Lawrence denied a dismissal of the suit by the IRS.
Hoosiers living in areas with poor health will start seeing insurance premium increases soon with little to no increase in subsidy credits.
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.