What would happen to New York’s popular Essential Plan under the House Republican health bill? The answer, like so much in health policy, turns out to be more complicated than previously understood.
New York is planning to demur from some of the Trump administration’s rule changes for Obamacare, including its much shorter enrollment window.
The House Republicans’ American Health Care Act would jeopardize coverage for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers and cost the state government billions of dollars. On the whole, however, it’s far less disruptive than previous GOP alternatives to Obamacare.
Moving to a $15 minimum wage will cost New York’s Medicaid system more than double what was previously forecast, state budget officials revealed this week
Newly released Census Bureau data on the nation’s declining uninsured rate held good news and bad news for New York.
How is New York’s health insurance market weathering the Affordable Care Act crosswinds? Relatively well in some respects and poorly in others.
New York State's low-cost Essential Plan is taking a big bite out of the state's market for private health insurance, newly released data show.