How payer mega-merger failures affect healthcare consolidation trends February 14, 2017By Aubrey WestgateHere’s how experts say the blocked Aetna-Humana and Anthem-Cigna mergers will affect consolidation among payers and providers. Four ways Trump’s SCOTUS nominee will affect healthcare February 10, 2017By Tracey WalkerSCOTUS nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch could have an impact on healthcare. Here’s how. Why ACA works better for consumers buying on their own February 08, 2017By Tracey WalkerCommonwealth Fund’s 2016 Biennial Health Insurance Survey found significant improvements in people’s ability to buy health plans on their own after implementation of the ACA insurance reforms. Opinion: Why Obamacare is so difficult to repeal January 23, 2017By Devon Herrick PhDCare for the poor and sick is costly; someone has to pay for it. What health execs should watch: 2017 Supreme Court casesDecisions of the U.S. Supreme Court can have a huge impact on the healthcare industry. This year is no different. Four things to know: Payers’ biggest ACA repeal concerns January 09, 2017By Karen AppoldExperts discuss four of the biggest concerns managed healthcare executives have about repealing the ACA. The healthcare industry trend that won’t change with Trump January 05, 2017By Joe GuerrieroAs stakeholders anxiously await the impact of a Trump administration agenda, there is at least one safe bet that all can make. How Trump will change four major healthcare programs, initiatives January 04, 2017By Don Hall MPHThe ACA, Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and prescription drugs are in the sights of many who will soon be running Washington. Post-election top policy changes to watch in 2017 January 02, 2017By Karen AppoldWhile every new year brings change, with Donald Trump elected to become the next president, managed healthcare executives will see more changes than usual in 2017. New president new path forward for managed care plans December 10, 2016By Margaret MurrayIn the aftermath of the presidential election, health policy experts have less to go on than they have after any election in memory.