New Proposed Rule By CMS To Improve Health Insurance Choices For Patients

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently issued a proposed rule for 2018, and the rule proposes new reforms that are crucial to stabilize the small group and individual health insurance markets to protect patients. It is reported that the proposed rule will make changes to special enrollment periods, guaranteed availability, the…

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HHS Draft Rule To Address Insurance Market Issues Receives Mixed Reviews

A leaked rule from HHS, that is aimed to help stabilize the individual insurance market, reveals the narrow limits of Trump Administration on healthcare reform. It is reported that HHS has submitted a proposed rule to the Office of Management and Budget, but the details of the rule is not yet released. Only two different…

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CMS Needs To Resolve Vulnerabilities For The Success Of Quality Payment Program

Recent reports show considerable progress towards the implementation of the latest Quality Payment Program by CMS. This program is actually introduced to reward the providers for the value-based care they are offering to customers. However, reports claim that the CMS should address and resolve a few existing vulnerabilities for the success of this program. An…

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ACA Open Enrollment Advances Even Though Past Challenges Remain

Customers started to shop for health insurance on federal and state exchanges that were formed under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on November 1 for the insurance coverage that begin in 2017. As per the estimates of the Obama Administration, 1.1 million new people will enroll in a plan this year, and the total enrollment…

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