Depending on how pending lawsuits play out in court, California's four largest health plans could owe the state $10 billion in back taxes--and be subject to a hefty tax bill in the future, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Drug shortages in hospital emergency departments have worsened, increasing more than 400 percent since 2008, according to a study published in Academic Emergency Medicine.
You might think that after the Supreme Court rejected a series of Affordable Care Act challenges and a presidential veto nixed Congress' repeal attempt, ACA opponents might take a break to lick...
Federal regulators have banned Cigna from selling new Medicare products because of issues with its Part C and Part D plans that increased enrollees' out-of-pocket expenses which led to delays or denials in receiving medical services and prescription drugs.
Though health insurers have pressured the government to tighten its rules governing the Affordable Care Act's special enrollment periods, doing so may not be in the best interests of consumers or health plans.
At a Senate committee hearing Thursday, Congress members grilled Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Acting Administrator Andy Slavitt about what has gone wrong with the Affordable Care Act's flailing startup health insurers.
There is an enormous variation in prices for identical healthcare services in Massachusetts, a finding that worried members of a special commission that studies the Bay State's healthcare policies.
Following what they claim is the Obama administration's unlawful payments to insurance companies for almost a year, Rep. Fred Upton (R-Mich.) and Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas) have submitted subpoenas to both the IRS and the Secretary of the Treasury, according to an announcement from the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Blue Shield of California has experienced a security breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 21,000 customers late last year, the Orange County Register reports.
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.