Marketplace

    • Health Exchange's One-Year Mark: Looking Forward, Looking Back

      As of Oct. 1, the health law's online marketplaces have been up and running for a year. News outlets offer status reports on what appears to have gone well, what problems remain as the second open enrollment period approaches and how these factors are playing politically.

      (Daily Report) 9:54AM ET

    • Missouri Consumer Group Sues Feds To Get Health Insurance Rates

      The Consumers Council of Missouri brought suit to force the public disclosure of health insurance rate information ahead of open enrollment, which begins Nov. 15. The group said the Affordable Care Act requires officials to make rate information public so consumers have the opportunity to challenge the price of coverage.

      (Daily Report) 9:53AM ET

    • Early Review: Open Payments Database Not So Open

      The new federal website, which was created to provide information about financial links between physicians and the drug industry, is not user-friendly, notes The Associated Press. Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal digs into the data to see what it shows about the ties between medical professionals and the drug industry.

      (Daily Report) 9:17AM ET

    • State Highlights: Infant Mortality Rises In D.C.; Medicaid Managed Care Rates

      A selection of health policy stories from the District of Columbia, Connecticut, Minnesota, New York and Massachusetts.

      (Daily Report) 9:17AM ET

    • MNsure Rates Among Nation's Lowest Despite 4.5% Increase

      Many assumed the exit of PreferredOne, the cheapest option in the state insurance marketplace, would push rates higher, but state officials say the premiums are still among the lowest in the country. Meanwhile, Colorado officials urge consumers to shop around to get the best insurance deals there.

      (Daily Report) 9:16AM ET

    • Some Employers Weigh Options As Coverage Requirement Approaches

      The Wall Street Journal reports that some employers are contemplating reducing their number of full-time employees so they can avoid complying with this requirement. Meanwhile, the Magic Valley Times-News in Idaho reports on how this decision making can play out.

      (Daily Report) 9:16AM ET

    • Viewpoints: Another Troubled Website Rollout; Insurers Fight Consumer Measures In Calif.

      A selection of opinions on health care issues from around the country.

      (Daily Report) 9:15AM ET

    • First Edition: October 2, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including progress reports on the health law at its one-year mark.

      (Daily Report) 7:27AM ET

    • Judge Rules That States Using Federal Health Exchange Can't Offer Premium Subsidies

      The decision by a federal district judge in Oklahoma is the latest ruling regarding whether consumers in states that opted to use federal insurance marketplace are entitled to subsidies. Because court decisions have differed, many experts say the question will ultimately be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.

      (Daily Report) Oct 01

    • Advocates Cry Foul Over Move To Terminate Immigrants' Health Coverage

      Two immigrant groups bring civil rights complaints with the Department of Health and Human Services to block the cancellations for about 115,000 people who bought coverage through healthcare.gov but whose immigration status the government hasn't been able to verify.

      (Daily Report) Oct 01