Affordable Care Act
Employers Wouldn’t Alter Health Benefits upon ACA Repeal
Not even a repeal of the unpopular employer mandate would spur most companies to change their health benefits strategies.
Short-Term Funding Bill May Avert Shutdown
Congressional leaders are expected to vote on a stopgap measure that would give them another week to negotiate a longer-term bill.
Health Care: Whatever Happens, Most Companies Will Stand Pat
Companies say they'll still adhere to many ACA provisions, even if federal government policies allow them not to.
TrumpCare Could Cause Cost Shift To Employers, Experts Warn
Millions of newly uninsured could cause a spike in costs for health-care providers, who likely would pass the costs on to private payers.
‘TrumpCare’ to Increase Uninsured by 24 Million
A CBO report “makes clear that TrumpCare will cause serious harm to millions of American families," Sen. Charles Schumer says.
Judge Derails Aetna-Humana Megamerger
The deal would substantially reduce competition in the Medicare Advantage market, a judge says in upholding the DoJ's antitrust lawsuit.
ACA Is a Bane to Smaller Companies
Those with revenue of $10M to $50M would benefit if the law were replaced, says a small-business adviser.
ACA Is a Drain on Corporate Coffers
If the Affordable Care Act is fully repealed, employers will surely benefit, says an attorney who helped create it nine years ago.
Square-Off: Should the Affordable Care Act Be Repealed?
Four experts weigh in as the fate of the health-care reform law hangs in the balance.
Modify, Not Replace, the ACA: Corporate Health Leader
Save the good and revise the bad, says Brian Marcotte of the National Business Group on Health
Affordable Care Act Is a Big Success for Everyone
Employees, employers, and the previously uninsured are all big winners of the ACA, writes a professor of both law and public health.