The Affordable Care Act’s Cadillac tax will apply to high-cost, employer-provided health coverage in 2018. To avoid the tax, some companies might end medical FSAs.
Consumer groups say a lack of government oversight makes health care sharing ministries risky.
A merger of two health insurance giants comes as their competitors petition to raise rates.
Domestic partner health coverage may decline now that same-sex marriage is legal nationwide.
Obamacare opponents don’t sound ready to give up, despite their latest loss at the Supreme Court.
Now that the Affordable Care Act and the tax credits that make it possible will remain, Congress is focusing on repealing parts of it, such as the medical device tax.
The U.S. Supreme Court has saved the Obama health care law’s money-saving subsidies.
The Congressional Budget Office says scrapping health reform could add billions to the nation’s deficit.
The two largest health insurers are looking for merger partners. What does it mean for your wallet?
A Supreme Court decision later this month in favor of challengers to the Affordable Care Act could freeze many people age 50 to 64 out of the insurance market.