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Shortly after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the government in King v. Burwell, President Barack Obama triumphantly claimed that “Affordable Care Act is here to stay.” However, the truth is that GOP presidential hopefuls have no intention of letting the law stand.
Two new changes to CMS’ ACO Investment Model will help practices in rural areas gain more access to the benefits of accountable care organizations.
A survey of about 18,000 residents training in internal medicine found that nearly three-fourths were unaware of the costs of the treatment that they prescribe for patients or the tests that they order.
The number of Medicare Advantage plans with $0 premiums has been on the decline since 2011, and dropped from 813 in 2014 to 726 in 2015, according to a recent analysis government data by HealthPocket.
The King v. Burwell decision to uphold subsidies on the federal marketplace is a win for patients who might have lost their mental health insurance coverage.
This week the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the government in King v. Burwell, preserving access to healthcare subsidies for millions of Americans, and the high cost of cancer drug was in the spotlight.
With the Supreme Court ruling in King v. Burwell keeping subsidies available to consumers on the federally facilitated marketplace, healthcare associations, insurers, health plans, and other stakeholders have been voicing their support and relief at the 6-3 ruling.
Although Kentucky and Arkansas went about expanding Medicaid coverage in 2 different ways, they shared common strategies that led to their success.