Making the American Rescue Plan Act permanent could lower costs on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces and eradicate the Medicaid coverage gap, but it would also cost the federal government up to $333 billion in the policy’s first decade, according to […]
New states include Texas, which has the third largest IFP population, significantly expanding Bright HealthCare’s total addressable market. The company also announced an expanded product portfolio in states where it already does business, including Florida, California, Colorado and North Carolina. […]
American Families Plan outline also includes a national paid family and medical leave program.
On April 13, 2017, the Trump administration finalized a rule that the insurance industry hopes will curb the number of sicker people who sign up for coverage on the individual insurance exchanges. These final regulations, effective June 19, 2017 intend to help […]