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Confirm states’ authority to regulate MEWAs, NAIC says to DOL
In comments to the Department of Labor’s proposed rule on association health plans (AHP), the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) recommends the DOL confirm the authority of...
CMS initiatives provide patients with EHR control
As part of its "Patients Over Paperwork" approach, CMS announced two initiatives that will give patients more control over their electronic health records (EHR), and will be asking private...
2018 Federal poverty level guidelines released
The 2018 federal poverty level (FPL) guidelines reflect a 2.1 percent increase between calendar years 2016 and 2017, according to a CMS information bulletin released March 6, 2018. The guidelines are...
Idaho notified of failure to enforce ACA marketplace requirements
CMS has notified Idaho’s Governor and Director of the state’s Department of Insurance that based on its review of Idaho Bulletin No. 18-01, Provisions for Health Carriers Submitting...
Massachusetts lacked standing to sue HHS over religious exemption
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts lacked standing to sue HHS over two interim final rules (IFRs) which expanded the religious exemption to the contraceptive mandate of the Patient Protection and...