Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion enrollees cost 49 percent higher than what was projected one year ago, Forbes reported.
Sixty-three percent of health insurers were unprofitable during 2014, the first year of full reforms under the Affordable Care Act, according to a report from the Commonwealth Fund.
National health spending is projected to exceed $10,000 per person for the first time in 2016, according to an announcement from federal health officials.
Six of the seven Obamacare co-ops that are still in operation are currently on corrective action plans, according to an official from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
President Obama is urging Congress to revisit a public option for Obamacare in parts of the country where coverage is limited in an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Only a third of Obamacare co-ops are still in operation after two more co-ops announced they were closing their doors in the past week.
Obama administration officials circumvented the Constitution and appropriations law in sending taxpayer dollars to insurance companies for Obamacare payments, according to a joint report from the House Energy and Commerce and House Ways and Means committees.
A new ad campaign is hitting Democratic incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet for his support for Obamacare, which will cause “significant premium increases” for Coloradans next year.
Claims for Obamacare enrollees were nearly double the cost of average medical claims for individual non-qualified health plan enrollees, according to a report from the Mercatus Center.