Affordable Care Act

Implications of the US Supreme Court's ruling in ACA case King v. Burwell

The Supreme Court’s ruling allowing health insurance subsidies on the federally-run HealthCare.gov exchange solidifies the new individual insurance market. The Court’s decision in King v. Burwell removes uncertainty for some 8 million Americans who were at risk of losing coverage and preserves significant new revenue for industry. The decision positions the $2.9 trillion health sector to stay the course toward the New Health Economy which the Affordable Care Act helped to usher in.

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Healthcare reform: Five trends to watch as the Affordable Care Act turns five


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Risk shift: Raising the stakes for all healthcare players.

Trend 1.  Risk shift: Raising the stakes for all healthcare players.

Primary care: Back to basics.

Trend 2.  Primary care: Back to basics.

New entrants: Innovators in the New Health Economy.

Trend 3.  New entrants: Innovators in the New Health Economy.

Health insurance: From wholesale to retail.

Trend 4.  Health insurance: From wholesale to retail.

States: Reform's pivotal stage.

Trend 5.  States: Reform's pivotal stage.
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The ACA Implementation Timeline

Health reform hit its stride in 2014

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ACA Implementation State-by-State:An interactive look at premiums, exchanges and Medicaid expansion
May 2015

Affordable Care Act: Up Next for Health Reform
June 2015

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