Decisions made by the Maryland’s insurers and regulators could prevent most consumers from being significantly affected by President Donald Trump’s decision to stop paying cost-sharing reduction subsidies to insurance companies. CareFirst and Kaiser Permanente have filed amended rate requests with the Maryland Insurance Administration to help recoup some of those damages. But they are doing [&[...]
Maryland officials say the state continues to work on recouping money from contractors involved in the state's badly flawed first rollout of its health exchange website.
Behavioral health services are not as easy to access as the law requires, according to a new report from the Mental Health Association of Maryland.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has easily managed to remain the dominant insurer on the Maryland health exchange,though new competitors have picked up some business.
The number of private plan sign-ups during the first six weeks of the current open enrollment period has already surpassed last year’s figure.
Maryland's public health secretary is calling the state's revamped health-insurance exchange a success as the second enrollment period hits a milestone.
Few people are more relieved by the newfound success of Maryland’s revamped health exchange than Dr. Peter Beilenson.
Maryland’s health exchange is now open to the public – a day earlier than planned.
Maryland Republicans say they are hopeful that Gov.-elect Larry Hogan will usher in a new era of transparency and, perhaps, other changes related to the much-maligned Maryland Health Benefit Exchange.
Starting this weekend, consumers can get an early peek at 2015 premiums and plans under President Barack Obama's health care law, the administration said Friday.
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a new challenge to President Barack Obama's health care law.
More than 81,000 Marylanders had enrolled in private health insurance on the state’s health exchange as of Sept. 20, officials said Friday.