Tony Trenkle and the rest of CMS's management may have a legacy primarily associated with Healthcare.gov, but he helped the federal government make early forays into online services and his shared service plan at CMS may end up as a success.
Some states like Washington have enrolled 48,995 in health insurance programs through its new health exchange site, yet those states that have relied on the federal government's site have faltered. CIOs explain why.
The back and forth political rhetoric that President Obama and Mitt Romney conducted via distinct and separately released video shorts does very little to promote understanding of either the ACA or how Romney, if elected and actually able to appeal, would replace it.
The number of citizens hoping SCOUTS spikes the ACA has risen, albeit ever so slightly, according to a new poll. Moody's breaks down the three likely rulings, meanwhile, and what each might mean for the health industry.