Massachusetts' state Connector Authority notified 16 health insurance companies this week of changes affecting them as a result of the new payments and charges under the Affordable Care Act's risk adjustment program.
Massachusetts has been leading the charge to contain healthcare costs, but a new report finds that its efforts thus far aren't successful. Attorney General Martha Coakley conducted a yearlong review
Massachusetts health insurers are preparing a comprehensive attack to rein in payments to the state's hospitals and physician groups--even at the risk of some providers leaving their networks,
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is conducting a civil investigation of Partners HealthCare System Inc., a regional hospital and physician network founded in 1994 by Boston-based Brigham and Women's