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Health-care law faces test as regulators settle which plans must do what

Which plans must comply with the requirements? In keeping with President Obama's promise that you can hold on to your insurance if you like it, the new law exempts existing health plans from many of i... read more

Trump health chief faces an early test on enforcing ObamaCare

report MORE’s new health secretary, Alex Azar, is facing an early test of his willingness to enforce the Affordable Care Act. The governor of Idaho moved last week to allow insurers in the state to se... read more

The new underinsured

A big bite out of the underinsured Miller stresses that the law represents a huge advance from the status quo. Out-of-pocket spending is capped and the limits are more restrictive for plans ... must a... read more

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Debt Consolidation vs. Bankruptcy – Which Option is Better?

Bankruptcy can eliminate consumer debts and may help debtors repay what they can through court-approved debt repayment plans. The law allows individuals ... for debts to be discharged. You must also p... read more


Regents nix proposed rule aimed at test opt-outs

The Regents committee did approve other changes — most notably, a provision that greatly reduces the number of schools that have to draft formal plans for boosting student test-participation ... if th... read more

New Wellness Program Rules Elicit Mixed Reactions

One rule clarifies what wellness programs must do ... a test. Republican lawmakers, too, wanted the incentives to be allowed to go as high as 50 percent of the cost of health plan coverage for smokers ... read more

Obama’s climate change plan faces crucial test

Regulations at the center of President Obama’s climate change initiative face a crucial test this week when opponents will attempt to block them before they’re even made final. A federal appeals court ... read more

Millions of consumers face sticker shock when 'open enrollment' begins in October

With less than seven months until health insurance exchanges begin open enrollment in Missouri and other states, regulators ... the law’s “individual mandate” that anyone without insurance must purcha... read more

Cigna files lawsuit against Health Diagnostic Laboratory

Richmond-based Health ... that do not reflect the actual amount HDL bills patients,” the lawsuit says. The lawsuit comes about three months after HDL revealed that some of its business practices had a... read more

Medicaid managed-care insurers prepare to offer plans on insurance exchanges

A growing number of Medicaid managed-care insurers have received approval from state regulators ... do not offer adequate access to physicians, particularly to specialists. Some Medicaid plans deliver ... read more

Trump Hired Tom Price To Blow Up Obamacare—What Will He Do Now?

Tom Price (R-GA ... to try overhauling Obamacare again once the law “explodes.” ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for THE PEOPLE. Do not wo... read more

Why Amazon and friends’ plan could be a major disrupter of health care system

As a former health ... regulation by federal law. In the past, there have been five major ways these employers have attacked the health care “tapeworm” described by Warren Buffett. Through their insur... read more



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