Now that the Affordable Care Act will remain the law of the land, Dominick Pallone would like to see Congress and President Trump work to improve the federal health reform law.
No matter whether you love or hate the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, what’s become clear is that 2017 will bring major changes to the federal health care reform law.
GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Valley Health Corp.’s decision to get out of the HMO business follows continued losses and years of dwindling membership, combined with pressures brought on by the federal Affordable Care Act.
An analysis of 2015 financial information shows the state’s expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare drove strong profits for one sector of the Michigan economy: health management organizations (HMOs).
Medicaid and funding issues dominate the health care agenda in 2016 for advocacy groups in Lansing.
Advocates say legislation pending in Lansing would make it easier for health plans to craft new products that incorporate wellness incentives into policies to encourage people to take better care of their health.
Citing low sales and an inability to attract venture capital investors, Spectrum Health is shutting down a technology company that developed a mobile application to better care for patients with chronic medical conditions.
An award-winning initiative by Priority Health takes medicine back to a past era. Known as home-based primary care, the initiative altered reimbursement criteria to pay for doctors, nurse practitioners and care managers from parent company Spectrum Health to provide care to the most chronically ill Medicare patients in their homes.
Research from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides the first glimpse into the monthly cost for health insurance policies sold on a federally operated online exchange set to launch this week.
LANSING — The idea isn’t to do more regulation, Kevin Clinton says, but to advocate for the growing financial services and insurance industries in Michigan.