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Democrats' big split in last night's debate: Whether to 'abolish' private insurers

June 27, 2019


The first batch of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates squared off in a primary debate Wednesday night, and a question regarding so-called "Medicare-for-All" proposals emerged as a dividing factor between the candidates.

Oklahoma Supreme Court gives Medicaid expansion supporters a win

June 27, 2019


Oklahoma's Supreme Court last week validated the proposed text of a ballot initiative seeking to expand the state's Medicaid program, meaning expansion supporters can continue gathering signatures to add the measure to the state's 2020 ballot.

SCOTUS to hear case over $12B in unpaid risk corridors funds

June 26, 2019


The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a case that centers on whether the federal government owes insurers $12 billion in risk corridors payments under the Affordable Care Act.

Weekly Line: Confused by the HRA rule? Here's how it could affect you.

June 21, 2019


The Trump administration last week finalized a pretty wonky rule that overhauls federal regulations regarding employer-funded health reimbursement accounts (HRAs). 

Medicaid work requirements don't boost employment, new study suggests

June 21, 2019


After Arkansas implemented Medicaid work requirements, thousands of adults lost their health insurance and unemployment among Medicaid-eligible adults rose, according to a study published Wednesday.

The best (and worst) states for children's health, mapped

June 20, 2019


The Annie E. Casey Foundation on Monday released a report that ranks the wellbeing of children in every state. See how your state fared with American Health Line's interactive maps.

Health care ministries are booming, but state regulators warn it's not insurance

June 19, 2019


More U.S. residents are turning to faith-based health care sharing ministries that provide cost-sharing arrangements to help cover members' medical bills, but some states have taken action amid complaints that members' medical bills are not being paid.

Varma warned ACA changes could harm coverage for 1.1 million people. HHS moved forward with one anyway.

June 18, 2019


CMS Administrator Seema Verma in August 2018 warned HHS Secretary Alex Azar against three policy changes that she estimated would decrease Affordable Care Act exchange enrollment by 1.1 million and jeopardize the exchange market, according to an internal memo.

The Trump admin just finalized changes for employer-sponsored health plans. Here's what you need to know.

June 14, 2019


The Trump administration on Thursday finalized a rule that will allow U.S. workers to use employer-funded health reimbursement arrangements to purchase private health coverage.

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