U.S. to No Longer Defend Key ACA Provisions
The Justice Department says the repeal of the penalty for failing to obtain health insurance makes the individual mandate unconstitutional.
Senate Health Bill Wins Corporate Favor
While millions would become uninsured if the bill became law, group health plans would mostly benefit, observers say.
‘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.
Uncertainty Flares Again for Health Benefits
Following this week's elections, CFOs are again in the dark about the outlook for the cost, delivery, and quality of company-sponsored health care.
Like It or Not, It’s Time to Face Obamacare
With Supreme Court ruling in favor of the government, the "employer mandate" stays in place and companies should start working to avoid the "Cadillac Tax."
The End of the Affordable Care Act as We Know It?
Probably so, if the Supreme Court rules in favor of challengers to the law next week.
Will You Be Happy if Obamacare Goes Poof?
The Supreme Court wields the power to make it happen, but be careful about what you wish for.
Health Plan Enrollment Fears Prove Moot
New Affordable Care Act requirements to offer health benefits to more employees didn't budge the enrollment needle at all.
Health-Care Changes to Demand CFO Attention in 2014
A host of converging care trends and new Affordable Care Act provisions will get CFOs' attention in the new year.
Catching Up with Health Reform
Companies that deferred compliance with the Affordable Care Act until the Supreme Court made its ruling have their work cut out for them.
Court Decision on Health Care to Trigger Compliance Frenzy
No more waiting on the sidelines. It’s time to get ready to implement upcoming provisions of the Affordable Care Act and assess the financial fallout.