The U.S. health care laws projected tax bite on businesses with more generous health benefits is dropping as medical spending slows and employers look to rein in the cost of coverage.
A head Labor Department official said Monday that the department cannot provide as much clarity or answer questions about the Affordable Care Act as people are seeking due to elements of the law.
As the U.S. Senate works to rewrite immigration policy, the House of Representatives is spending floor time on legislation that wont become law, voting today to repeal President Barack Obamas 2010 Affordable Care Act.
In a second round of funding under the ACA, CMS opens a big opportunity for researchers.
The U.S. Department of Labors Employee Benefits Security Administration has issued new guidance on the Affordable Care Act requirement that employers provide employees with a notice of their health insurance coverage options available through the future health insurance exchanges.
How can brokers become involved in the health exchanges and what will their role be? Plus, how is exchange implementation coming along? EBA spoke with Vince Ashton, CEO of HealthPass which, along with bswift, was recently chosen by Connecticut to run their SHOP exchange to answer these questions and more.
Countless pieces of legislation are introduced in Washington each year and nothing is done with them. As NAHU pushes for a hearing on the MLR bill in the Senate, what are its chances?
Guest blogger Mark S. Gaunya talks about what advisers must do in the 'Obamacare' world where insurers are assuming more risk and consumers more cost.
Sen. Max Baucus saw a "train wreck" coming over ACA benefit communication and worried if exchanges will be ready on time at a Wednesday Senate hearing with HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius.
Because there can be various ways of assessing what constitutes a full-time employee eligible for coverage under the PPACA, the IRS has issued guidance in the form of several notices, as well as temporary regulations.
EBA Exclusive: The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services took a firm stand on the discussion after a U.S. Senate HELP Committee hearing Thursday in Washington.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services confirmed yesterday, following the release of proposed rules on Navigators and what theyre calling non-Navigator assistance personnel, that the information is not necessarily intended for brokers
Small-business employees will have to wait a year before they can choose their own medical plans after the Obama administration delayed a part of PPACA intended to provide them with coverage options.
Dependent eligibility audits could mean big cost savings for your clients, also have the potential for big disruptions.
PPACA CO-OPs have a trade organization, but funding cuts mean there isn't funding for future groups.