A data breach of a tool used to enroll people in health care plans exposed the personal information of at least 1,094 Oregonians.
Medicare enrollees, who have watched their out-of-pocket spending on prescription drugs climb in recent years, might be in for a break.
President Donald Trump has insisted for months that “Obamacare is already dead.”
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is releasing an updated county-level map of projected issuer participation on the Health Insurance Exchanges in 2018 based on the known issuer public announcements through June 27, 2017.
The Justice Department has joined a California whistleblower’s lawsuit that accuses insurance giant UnitedHealth Group of fraud in its popular Medicare Advantage health plans.
End-of-life counseling sessions, once decried by some conservative Republicans as “death panels,” gained steam among Medicare patients in 2016, the first year doctors could charge the federal program for the service.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) awarded approximately $1,245,919 to Oregon to use for enforcement and oversight of issuer compliance with select Affordable Care Act (ACA) key consumer protections.
For the first half of 2016, an average of 10.4 million consumers had effectuated Health Insurance Marketplace coverage – which means those individuals, paid their premiums and had an active policy through one of the Health Insurance Marketplaces nationwide as of that date.