800,000 People Sign Up for Insurance During First Week of ACA Enrollment
The robust start to open enrollment, which began on Nov. 1, comes even during a presidential election.
Five Health Policy Issues for CFOs to Watch Under a Biden Administration
The Wall Street Journal
Policy changes in Washington related to billing or telehealth could affect companies’ insurance costs
Red States’ Case Against ACA Hinges on Whether They Were Actually Harmed by the Law
Kaiser Health News
If the states cannot prove they have standing, the justices can toss their case without ruling on its merits.
New York Needs Money for Vaccine Distribution, Cuomo Says
“New York State already has a $15 billion deficit. The federal government has been starving state and local governments and they know it.”
Think Obamacare Health Plans Cost A Lot? That’s Not Always True
The New York Times
Millions lost their insurance, along with their jobs, during the pandemic. But many people are eligible for financial help.