From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, It’s open enrollment time for Affordable Care Act health coverage. And for the first time, people are enrolling with comparatively little controversy, as most Republicans have moved on from trying to repeal the law.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, For the third time in nine years, the Affordable Care Act has survived a constitutional challenge at the Supreme Court. In a 7-2 decision, the court ruled that the states and individuals who filed the latest challenge lacked standing to sue.
From Kaiser Health News Network – Their latest podcast, What the Health, For the first time since its enactment in 2010, the Affordable Care Act is slated for major benefit expansions, courtesy of the covid relief bill approved by Congress this week.
CMS and the U.S. Dept of the Treasury issued new guidance so states can move their insurance markets away from the one-size-fits-all rules and regulations imposed by the Affordable Care Act and increase choice and competition within their insurance markets.
Louise McCarthy, President and CEO of the Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County (CCALAC) released the following statement after the Senate voted against passage of its plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
By Kristin Espeland Gourlay – Much has been written about the 20 million people who gained health insurance under the ACA, and what could happen to these patients if it is repealed without a replacement.
By David Harlow, JD MPH – In one of his first official actions as President, Donald Trump signed an Executive Order “minimizing the economic burden of the [ACA] pending repeal.”