The future of rural abortion clinics in the state of Texas is now in the hands of the Supreme Court.
Tuesday's Supreme Court ruling in the Gobeille vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. case goes beyond the rules surrounding states' authority to require self-funded plans to submit claims information, as it has major implications for the future of healthcare transparency, according to an article from ProPublica.
A Supreme Court ruling Tuesday in the case Gobeille vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. dealt a blow to all-payer claims databases when it handed a victory to health insurers that argued states don't have the authority to require self-funded plans to submit claims information.
Several high-profile healthcare cases before the Supreme Court may come to a standstill due to the death last week of Justice Antonin Scalia, according to MedPage Today
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could change the game for at least one healthcare-related case on the docket.
Several healthcare provider groups submitted amicus briefs to the Supreme Court urging the reversal of a False Claims Act decision hinging on what they say is an overbroad interpretation of "implied certification."
In a decision handed down Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled against a health insurance plan that sought to recover medical expense payments from a member who had won money in court to cover his injury-related costs.
The Supreme Court has declined to hear another case challenging the Affordable Care Act, denying a petition for a writ of certiorari in the case of Sissel v. Department of Health and Human Services.
In a Supreme Court hearing Wednesday, a health insurer made the case that states do not have the authority to require self-insured plans to supply cost and quality information for their databases--an argument many of the justices seemed to agree with.
About 10 percent of large nonprofit organizations have sought an "accommodation" from the Affordable Care Act's requirement that private health insurance plans provide contraceptive coverage for women, according to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
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