CMS announced that Kentucky, Maine, and New Mexico will transition from HealthCare.gov to their own State-based Marketplaces for the 2022 plan year
The AMA published the newest annual edition of Competition in Health Insurance: A Comprehensive Study of U.S. Markets with findings demonstrating the rise of highly concentrated markets for health insurance.
Beginning this year, consumers will have an extra 30 days to review and choose health plans through Open Enrollment, which will run from November 1, 2021, through January 15, 2022, on HealthCare.gov
$452 million in federal funding is being distributed through CMS to support 13 states’ efforts to improve access to affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage through section 1332 state-based reinsurance waivers
ACOs participating in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (Shared Savings Program) in 2020 earned performance payments totaling nearly $2.3 billion while saving Medicare approximately $1.9 billion.
CMS proposed a rule to expand the Home Health Value-Based Purchasing Model nationwide to accelerate the shift to value-based care.
June is Pride Month and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is focusing on LGBTQ+ persons and recognize their unique health needs
CMS posted the eCQM specifications for the 2022 reporting period for eligible hospitals and CAHs, and the 2022 performance period for eligible professionals and eligible clinicians.
The 2019 Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey’s (MCBS) preliminary report was released with data on quality of care, access to care, and cost of care, among other topics.