Frustrated over setbacks in Congress, President Donald Trump wielded his rule-making power Thursday to launch an executive order that might get him closer to his goal of repealing and replacing Obamacare.
Hoosiers buying health insurance on the Obamacare marketplace will pay an average of nearly $500 a month in premiums next year, a sharp rise over current rates.
Senate Republicans, short of votes, abandoned their latest and possibly final attempt to kill the health care law Tuesday, just ahead of a critical end-of-the-week deadline.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has joined 14 other Republican governors in backing a last-ditch GOP effort to repeal former President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
State documents show that fewer than 30 percent of those enrolled in the Healthy Indiana Plan would be required to comply with Gov. Eric Holcomb's proposed work mandate.
Anthem's departure—along with Aetna and UnitedHealthcare—means only one insurer will offer individual plans in more than half of Virginia's counties and independent cities next year.
Insurers like Indianapolis-based Anthem and conservative groups are scrambling for ways to at least delay the health-insurance tax, or HIT, following the collapse of health-care legislation in July.
Whether so-called micro-hospitals can succeed financially might depend on whether they can meet Medicare’s definition of a hospital: a medical facility that dedicates the bulk of its services to inpatient care.
Actions by the Trump administration are triggering double-digit premium increases on Obamacare health insurance policies purchased by many people, according to a study.
Republican Senator John McCain joined with two of his GOP colleagues to block a stripped-down Obamacare repeal bill early Friday, thwarting the party’s months-long effort to pass health legislation.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is not ruling out a tax increase should congressional Republican efforts to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law result in cuts to Medicaid, which funds the state's HIP 2.0 program.
Concerned by the uncertain future of U.S. health care policy, Anthem Inc. warned it may hasten its retreat from Obamacare’s insurance marketplaces.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says the law is “crumbling under its own weight” and that people in as many as 60 Indiana counties will be left with just one choice for insurance coverage on the marketplace next year.
President Donald Trump’s administration has decided not to renew Affordable Care Act contracts that brought assistance into libraries, businesses and urban neighborhoods in 18 cities, including Indianapolis.
Gov. Eric Holcomb has submitted a finalized proposal allowing for changes to the state's Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0 serving low-income Hoosiers.
The latest GOP effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare" was fatally wounded in the Senate Monday night when two more Republican senators announced their opposition.
An Indianapolis-area chiropractor is among more than a dozen people in Indiana-based investigations and hundreds of people nationwide charged in health care fraud and opioid scams worth $1.3 billion.
The Indianapolis-based health insurer, a one-time Obamacare stalwart, has accelerated its retreat in recent weeks.
The proposal would provide an additional $50 billion over four years to stabilize insurance exchanges, relying on a mechanism Republicans have criticized in the past as a way to keep insurers in the marketplace.
Top Senate Republicans prepared Wednesday to release their plan for dismantling President Barack Obama’s health care law.