Four experts weigh in as the fate of the health-care reform law hangs in the balance.
Save the good and revise the bad, says Brian Marcotte of the National Business Group on Health
Employees, employers, and the previously uninsured are all big winners of the ACA, writes a professor of both law and public health.
As the main provisions of the ACA were implemented, spending increased 5.3% and 5.8% in 2014 and 2015, respectively.
A California regulator says the HR software startup cut licensing corners so it could expand more quickly in the insurance market.
Post-election, Trump and his advisers have begun to rethink whether immediate outright repeal is possible or even advisable.
The average increase was only 2.4%, a historically low rate, according to Mercer data.
Following this week's elections, CFOs are again in the dark about the outlook for the cost, delivery, and quality of company-sponsored health care.
A Mercer survey finds 59% of large U.S. firms cover a telemedicine program, compared with 30% in 2015.
The watchdog says the Obama administration violated the ACA by allocating all the fees to insurers and none to the Treasury Department.