Affordable Care Act

Oct 22, 2018
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Department of the Treasury today issued revised guidance for states seeking a Section 1332 waiver of certain Affordable Care Act requirements.
Jul 27, 2021
The Honorable Chiquita Brooks-LaSure Administrator Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Hubert H. Humphrey Building 200 Independence Avenue, S.W., Room 445-G Washington, DC 20201 RE: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; Updating Payment Parameters, Section 1332 Waiver Implementing…
Jul 26, 2021
Some individuals with “long COVID” may have a disability under Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act and other civil rights laws that entitles them to protection from discrimination, the departments of Health and Human Services and Justice said in guidance released.
Jun 30, 2021
The AHA today released a new episode of PowerPlay, the on-demand video series that connects AHA members to major players in policy, politics and science.
Jun 30, 2021
On June 28, Rep. Josh Gottheimer, D-N.J., a founding member of the bi-partisan Problem Solvers Caucus, spoke with former AHA Board Chair, Brian Gragnolati, president and chief executive officer at Atlantic Health System in New Jersey, about health care priorities for Congress, including…
Jun 29, 2021
This Special Bulletin summarizes a proposed rule with additional policies for health insurance issuers and the Health Insurance Marketplaces (or “exchanges”) for plan years 2022 and beyond.
Jun 17, 2021
Individuals and states have tried — three times — to wipe the Affordable Care Act off the books. The Supreme Court — for the third time — rejected those efforts. In a lopsided 7-2 opinion, the Court held that individual plaintiffs and states seeking to strike down the Act lacked “standing,” or the…
Jun 17, 2021
The United States Supreme Court rejected the third major challenge to the Affordable Care Act, holding in a 7-2 decision that the challengers did not have “standing,” or the legal right to challenge the portions of the ACA they alleged were unconstitutional.
Jun 17, 2021
The United States Supreme Court this morning rejected the third major challenge to the Affordable Care Act, holding in a 7-2 decision that the challengers did not have “standing,” or the legal right to challenge the portions of the ACA they alleged were unconstitutional.
Jun 17, 2021
Statement on Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act from AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack.