An examination of the medical loss ratio in 2014 suggests that the financial performance of insurers has not changed substantially since the years before the Affordable Care Act.
A lawsuit filed by House Republicans challenging two key facets of Affordable Care Act implementation is getting its day in U.S. District Court, the Associated Press reported.
Longtime America's Health Insurance Plans CEO Karen Ignagni is leaving the lobbying group to become president and CEO of New York-based insurer EmblemHealth.
The financial challenges facing state health insurance exchanges are no secret--and a recent Commonwealth Fund report spells out the struggles each state faces in its efforts to achieve financial sustainability.
The Obama administration intends to fix two of consumers' biggest complaints about the Affordable Care Act: Inaccurate provider directories and surprise bills for costs not covered by insurance.
The latest report from the Committee for Economic Development calls for sweeping changes to the Affordable Care Act's subsidies, exchanges and mandates--all in the name of providing more diverse insurance offerings to a broader segment of the population.
Employer-sponsored health plans remain strong five years into the Affordable Care Act, according to the latest health benefits report from the ADP Research Institute.
By expanding access to health insurance, the Affordable Care Act has shifted consumers' questions about coverage from affordability to access, according to a new report from Georgetown University's Center on Health Insurance Reforms.
During the first year of the medical loss ratio, insurers paid $1 billion to consumers, according to recent research from the Commonwealth Fund. Rebates dropped to $325 million in 2013, demonstrating an increase in insurer compliance with the rule.
The Affordable Care Act seemingly has had little or no impact on health insurers' overhead, according to a new report from the International Journal of Health Services.