Healthcare organization leaders, lawyers and other industry insiders have begun issuing statements about Thursday's King v. Burwell ruling which saved subsidies for federal exchange plans, with most backing the court's decisions.
Awareness of the Affordable Care Act is so low in states like Arkansas, Kentucky and Texas that more than half of low-income residents still have heard little or nothing about how the law extends insurance coverage to more citizens.
After some back and forth discourse at its annual meeting -- including a call for doctors to boycott ICD-10 altogether -- the American Medical Association voted in a new policy advocating for a two-year transition period.
The new HIPAA creates a web of liability, which is an upside for properly prepared healthcare organizations, so here are suggestions on how to ensure files containing protected health information are secure when moving them around.
Yet the most trusted sources of health reform information cited by respondents in a recent Kaiser survey are still working out their understanding of the law themselves — and those Googling for info may run into more misinformation.