President-Elect And Others Zero In On Interstate Selling Of Insurance

With a multitude of articles being released this week post-election, a common thread appears that changes could be afoot for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and health insurance in general.  Throughout President-elect Trump’s campaign he made it clear that he intends not just to repeal the ACA, but also replace it with something new. Via […]

What Will Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Mean For Employers?

When former President Obama left office in January, President Trump inherited a Supreme Court vacancy that he would need to fill. After providing a list of candidates during the campaign, on January 31st President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch from the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver to fill the post. Many conservatives see […]

Transitional Health Plans For Small Employers Extended Another Year

Many small employers that offer health insurance have been skirting complete Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) compliance by using a little-known caveat: the Transitional Policy. This policy allows state insurance commissioners to permit the sale of health plans that are not fully compliant with PPACA’s market reforms in the individual and small group […]

House GOP Looking for Alternates to Health Replacement

When leaders in the House of Representatives cancelled a scheduled vote on the American Health Care Act in late March, both President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan indicated that the issue would not be revisited by Congress “for the foreseeable future.” But now, just a few weeks later, Republicans have submitted amendments to the […]