State experiences vary, and officials could assume a larger role by 2016
CMS revises rates for 2014 following heated protests from Congress, beneficiaries
States contract with plans to cover expanded populations, many of which need high-cost care
Insurers see higher unit costs and increased utilization while HHS examines premium hikes
The decision of whether or not to expand Medicaid might seem like a cut-and-dried issue, but a closer look indicates that the issue isn't s simple.
Clarity is needed from HHS on exchanges and penalties under reform requirements.
Dual eligibles are a key population in healthcare and can be an area of important growth, but success is not guaranteed.
The GOP is looking to gain control of the White House and Congress to restructure healthcare.
Despite assurances; difficulties abound when calculating savings from healthcare reform.
As Republication leadership strives to dismantle the law, administration officials are taking steps to protect it