Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Square-Off: Should the Affordable Care Act Be Repealed?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.
U.S. Spending On Health Care to Be Less Than ACA Estimated
The health-care reform law has contributed to the lower projections for the next four years, but so has a slow-growing economy.
74% of Employers Exposed to ‘Cadillac Tax’
Rather than applying only to the most generous health plans, a survey says the tax will "weigh heavily" on most businesses.
ADP Launches Private Exchange
ADP's private exchange for health insurance will service employers who have workers typically ineligible for company health benefits.
Health-Care Spending to Rise 6% Annually
Health care will be almost 20% of U.S. GDP by 2024, according to a group of government actuaries.
A Guide to Cutting Health-Care Costs
Is your company paying too much for health insurance? It might be time to change your strategy.
Aetna to Acquire Humana for $37 Billion
Merger will create the second-largest managed care firm as the frenzy of health insurance deals continues.
Are Wellness Programs Cost Effective?
Four experts weigh in on whether or not they deliver enough return on investment.
Firms See Minimal Impact From ACA Mandate
Eighty-three percent of employers says the Obamacare mandate to provide health insurance will have little to no impact on hiring.