During this legislative debate, we need to stress to members of Congress how vital it is to preserve the employer tax exclusion so that the government does not increase the tax burden on consumers and employers.
Take Action On May 4, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act (AHCA), a reconciliation bill to repeal and replace portions of the ACA. It will now be considered by the Senate, where it is expected to be significantly altered, including possibly addressing two critical NAHU policy priorities: the employer […]
On March 5, 2014, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a bulletin providing for a two-year extension…
Indiana’s legislature continues to push various bills and policies that impact the health insurance and healthcare markets. See all the updates here.
DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE March 16, 2017 Bulletin 237 Extension of Renewal of Transitional Policies This bulletin is directed to all insurers issuing accident and sickness insurance policies, as defined by IC 27- 8-5-1; all HMOs as defined by IC 27-13-1-9 (collectively, “insurers”); and all Hoosiers enrolled in accident and sickness insurance policies in the individual […]
Election Results November 9, 2016 President Once again, Indiana was the first RED state on the national map. President-elect Donald Trump won 88 of 92 counties in Indiana by a margin of 57%-38%. He provided the first substantial Republican coattails move in Indiana since Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984. Governor With the assistance of […]