Uninsured Rate Up at the End of 2017
The uninsured rate in America is on the rise again according to the 2017 Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index, which was conducted from October 31 to December 31.
Are Work Requirements for Medicaid Legal? Some Say No
Medicaid recipients in Kentucky may soon face work requirements as a condition of enrollment – unless Democratic senators have their way.
New HHS Division Aims to Protect Religious Rights of Healthcare Workers
Healthcare workers who object to performing medical services based on religious or moral beliefs will now find some recourse for refusing service under the Trump administration.
Special Enrollment for Recent Natural Disasters – Individual Marketplace & Medicare Affected
On Wednesday, January 17, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) clarified its position on a special enrollment period created for victims of the 2017 hurricane season in the U.S.
America’s Top Boss is Now Healthcare
Healthcare now employs more Americans than any other business sector.
State Can Now Mandate That Medicaid Recipients Work in Order to Receive Benefits
The Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Services announced on January 11th that states have the authority to require anyone who has or applies for Medicaid benefits to prove that they have a job before receiving or continuing to receive Medicaid coverage.
Tax Reform and Healthcare – How the Tax Bill Might Impact the Insurance Market
On December 1, 2017, the Senate passed one of the most sweeping tax reform bills in recent history.
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