Tag Archives: Affordable Care Act

Breaking: D.C. Circuit Nixes ACA Premium Subsidies

(Of course there would be breaking news while I’m out of the office…) In any event, the D.C. Circuit this morning nixed the premium subsidies at the heart of the Affordable Care Act, effectively taking the “affordable” out of the … Continue reading

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New Insurance Laws in Indiana

Following another busy legislative session, the Indiana General Assembly adjourned sine die on April 27. Numerous insurance related bills were filed this year. Here are some of the more notable bills that became law: HEA 1190 – Uninsured and Underinsured … Continue reading

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Indiana Department of Insurance Issues Bulletin Regarding Certification of Independent Review Organizations

The Indiana Department of Insurance recently published an updated Bulletin setting forth the procedures for certification of independent review organizations (“IROs”) with respect to the external review grievance process.  Click here for a copy. In accordance with the federal Patient … Continue reading

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SCOTUS: Obamacare Constitutional

In what may be the most highly anticipated Supreme Court decision in this century so far, the Supreme Court, by a 5-4 margin, just declared that the individual mandate in the Affordable Care Act is CONSTITUTIONAL as a tax.  The opinion was … Continue reading

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Supremes to Take Up Health Care Reform

  Let’s be honest:  we all knew this was coming.  But since it just came out, let’s bust out the Drudge-style siren! The U.S. Supreme Court has granted cert on several appeals concerning the Affordable Care Act.  The Court will … Continue reading

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