On July 1, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved the NASDAQ Stock Market LLC's proposed Rule 5250(b)(3) (Rule), which requires listed
Hospitals with 50 or more beds will not be able to provide services through qualified health plans working with state insurance exchanges under the
To help offset the costs associated with the implementation of the health care reform legislation, also known as the Patient Protection and
On January 30, the Internal Revenue Service released proposed and final regulations regarding the health insurance premium tax credit and the
Under the Michigan Health Insurance Claims Assessment Act (HICA Act) (P.A. 142 of 2011), third-party administrators, carriers and self-insured entities are required to pay assessments on the amount of health care claims paid by them.
One of the many provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also referred to as the Healthcare Reform Legislation, provides that health insurers must spend a certain portion of the premiums they receive on clinical services and health care quality-improving activities.
On April 17, the Internal Revenue Service published in the Federal Register proposed Regulations setting forth the details for the new fees imposed upon self-insured plans and health insurance policy issuers.
On August 22, federal government agencies (the Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Labor, and U.S. Treasury Department) published proposed regulations concerning the new mandated “summary of benefits and coverage” (SBC).
Pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, beginning in 2014 individuals and small businesses will have access to the purchase of private health insurance through insurance exchanges.
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) mandates certain requirements for claims and appeals procedures that must be followed by all health insurers and group health plans, including employer-provided plans that are subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).