About a half-million people who had their Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program coverage terminated were reinstated into coverage after computer errors in many states were corrected, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced the list of 34 prescription drugs that may have a lower cost for Part B beneficiaries between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31.
Blood thinners and diabetes drugs head up the list of prescription medications up for negotiations.
Customers of Friday Health Plans of North Carolina have until the end of the day on Thursday, Aug. 31 to choose a new health insurance plan.
Fewer Wisconsin residents are enrolled in short-term health plans since 2019, and those plans have a rate of claim denials that far exceeds that of health plans offered on the Affordable Care Act marketplace in that state.
The New York State Department of Financial Service has proposed the nation’s most comprehensive set of market rules for pharmacy benefit managers in that state.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced today that Friday Health Plans of North Carolina was placed into receivership, effective July 16. Liquidation of Friday Health Plans-NC will occur Sept. 1.
The Biden administration wants health insurers to increase their coverage of mental health treatments.
Colorado regulators are pulling the plug on Friday Health Plans Colorado, a move that means more than 30,000 residents of that state must find other health coverage.
Short-term limited-duration health insurance plans are in the crosshairs as three federal agencies proposed rules to clamp down on the plans that some deride as “junk insurance.”
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Friday Health Plans has been in the crosshairs of the Colorado Division of Insurance since June 2022, and now the department has petitioned the Denver District Court for an order for rehabilitation of the troubled health insurer.
At least 1.34 million Medicaid enrollees have been disenrolled as of June 20, based on the most current data from 22 states, KFF reports.
North Carolina became the latest state to put Friday Health Plans in receivership and coverage for policyholders in that state will end Aug. 31.
During its eight years in operation, Friday Health Plans grew quickly and now has fallen just as fast.
Colorado’s Prescription Drug Affordability Board will spend the summer beginning the process of determining which prescription drugs will be made affordable for its states residents by capping the prices on those drugs.
Some employers said they are unsure whether they will cover preventive care in their workplace health plans as a federal appeals court temporarily paused a decision impacting coverage of certain kinds of preventive care.
States are finding innovative ways to partner with and leverage their Managed Care Organizations to ensure that their Medicaid redetermination processes are as effective as possible.
Some states are getting creative in communicating the Medicaid unwinding to those who are affected by it, according to an AHIP issue brief.
Americans will be able to set aside more money in health savings accounts than ever before as the IRS announced its largest increase in the maximum HSA contributions for 2024.