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CMS risk-adjustment payment freeze to hit high-cost insurers hardest

The Trump administration's latest shock to the Obamacare system by freezing more than $10 billion in 2017 risk-adjustment transfers has even small companies that don't benefit from the program lambast... read more

Administration’s Freeze On Insurer Payments Rattles Some, But Experts Say Companies ‘Have Weathered Worse Storms’

(Demko, 7/9) Modern Healthcare: CMS Risk-Adjustment Payment Freeze To Hit High-Cost Insurers Hardest The Trump administration's latest shock to the Obamacare system by freezing more than $10 billion i... read more

Trump administration freezes payments required by Affordable Care Act, health care premiums could rise

The Trump administration's decision to freeze billions in payments ... for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Saturday said it was putting "on hold" its "risk adjustment" program in which it collects mon... read more

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ACA Funding Frozen by Trump Administration

On July 9, 2017, the Trump Administration announced a funding freeze for the risk adjustment program ... involve tax dollars — and funds are transferred to insurers that ended up with many high-cost p... read more


Medicare Program; Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Prospective Payment System for Federal Fiscal Year 2015

... in this final rule are available through the Internet on the CMS Web site at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/Medicare/Medicare-Fee-for-Service-Payment/InpatientRehabFacPPS/. In this final rule, we use the ... read more

Must-Reads Of The Week From Brianna Labuskes

Politico: Latest Obamacare Shake-Up Could Fuel Rate Hikes Modern Healthcare: CMS Risk-Adjustment Payment Freeze to Hit High-Cost Insurers Hardest Pfizer’s agreement to roll back its price hikes earned ... read more

Obama announces 2-year pay freeze for federal workers

The freeze would take effect on Jan. 1, pending Congressional approval by the end of this year. The 2012 pay freeze will be proposed as part of ... much bolder step that will result in a big economic ... read more

Physician investors feel healthcare industry's economic pressure

Kathy Bryant, president of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association, which represents some 2,800 ASC members, says single-specialty ASCs whose payment rates have declined will be the hardest hit in 2... read more

The end of Medicare as we know it

But over time the co-payment could unobtrusively grow bigger, and bigger, until Medicare as we know and love it would cease to exist. Of course there is a better, fairer, way: simply increase the exis... read more

Forcing Restaurants to Pay Servers More Will Cost Everyone

Come June, servers in Washington, D.C., might be out of luck if Initiative 77—a proposal that aims to eliminate the tip credit—passes at the ballot box. Restaurant owners in the district currently pay ... read more

Moving towards a two-tiered health system

The real agenda is to reduce Medicare ... with its approach to private health insurance. It is supporting trials by private health insurance companies which allow those with such insurance to avoid co ... read more



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