Seven healthcare industry and advocacy groups sued the Trump administration to block a rule expanding the availability of short-term plans lasting up to a year that don't comply with Affordable Care Act consumer protection rules.
The CMS is drastically reducing the number of navigators who will receive grants this year to assist with exchange enrollment. Under the new criteria, navigators can help people enroll in non-ACA health plans.
People who have opted out of exchange coverage will not need to back up their claim for a mandate exemption with paperwork when they file their 2018 taxes, according to the CMS.
The ruling in favor of Montana Health Co-op is the first to be handed down in a series of insurer lawsuits over unpaid CSRs and marks a major victory for health plans.
In a U.S. district court Wednesday, a federal judge had hard questions for Democratic state attorneys general who argued that the ACA can stand even with a zeroed-out tax penalty.
In a Texas court Wednesday, Republican attorneys general will seek an overturn of the Affordable Care Act by leveraging a Democratic argument that elimination of the individual mandate penalty makes the law's coverage protections unfeasible.
A lawsuit aiming to overturn the Affordable Care Act goes before a conservative Texas judge Sept. 5. The health insurance industry and GOP lawmakers are bracing for the potential fallout.
Wisconsin Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin has enough signatures to force a congressional vote on the Trump administration's short-term plan rule.
A congressional watchdog said the Trump administration needs to step up its management of sign-up seasons for Affordable Care Act plans after mixed results last year in the throes of a failed GOP effort to repeal the ACA.
The CMS gave Maryland a green light to start a reinsurance pool for its Affordable Care Act exchange, a move that's projected to wipe out the expected premium increases for 2019 and boost exchange enrollment by nearly 6%.
The CMS is distributing unspent Obamacare funds to support the marketplaces in 30 states and D.C., with an emphasis on exchange flexibility.
The CMS issued a final rule to resume its risk-adjustment payments to insurance companies with plans on the individual market. The program is slated to shuffle $10 billion for 2017.