A Letter to DOL, Pharmacy Benefit Managers Grab Attention of HHS, and Telemed Saves Money and Means the Doctor is Always in.
January 31, 2018 We’re just a few days away from our 2018 Legislative & Working Groups Summit, and our timing to lay down our markers on Capitol Hill could not
The shutdown didn’t accomplish much, but it did delay implementation of the Cadillac Tax from 2020 to 2022. The Council’s Joel Wood & Joel Kopperud break it all down,.
The Department of Labor (DOL) released a proposed rule last week aiming to make it easier to form association health plans (AHPs) that qualify as large group plans.
Our tax reform webinar, opioid addiction news, and more.
As the Senate inches closer to a floor vote on the Republican tax overhaul bill, it’s still unclear if the votes are there.
Another busy week for our dynamic government affairs duo, with lots of press given to the Senate GOP’s tax bill, which now includes a repeal of the ACA’s individual mandate.
In what could be a sign of what’s to come in 2018—that the direction of the country is more toward embrace of the ACA, than rejection—Maine expanded Medicaid at the polls while Virginia Democrats made huge gains in the state house.
Another day, another proposal aimed at repealing the Affordable Care Act. Our Government Affairs duo, Joel Wood and Joel Kopperud, tackle the latest news out of Washington, D.C.
On Monday, President Trump said Obamacare was dead. On Tuesday, he endorsed legislation to fund the ACA’s cost-sharing subsidies for two years. Wednesday, he backed off on that support.