GOP ACA replacement plan: 4 things health execs should know March 16, 2017 By Karen Appold What should managed care executives know about the GOP ACA replacement plan? Find out. Will Trump follow through with an ACA repeal? November 11, 2016 By Gerard J. Wedig In this commentary, Gerard J. Wedig of Simon Business School discusses the many possible implications of a Trump presidency. Opinion: Trump policy will lead to more affordable coverage November 10, 2016 By Sally C. Pipes In this commentary, the president and CEO of the Pacific Research Institute argues that Trumps victory will lead to more affordable coverage and more empowered consumers. Seven healthcare questions the candidates aren’t answering July 21, 2016 By Karen Appold Clinton and Trump are keeping mum about some healthcare issues, and that’s raising some critical questions. Managed Healthcare Executive asked industry experts to comment on what topics presidential candidates are being quiet about, and why they suspect they’re not talking about them. Eight changes that would improve the ACA June 06, 2016 By Tracey Walker The ACA has done a lot of good, but key opinion leaders believe there’s still room for improvement. How Trump would change healthcare May 04, 2016 By Karen Appold A look at how Trump's specific plans for healthcare could impact the industry. UnitedHealth Group may exit ACA exchanges: What to Know November 23, 2015 By Aubrey Westgate During the first half of 2016, UnitedHealth Group will determine to what extent it can to participate in the public exchange markets in 2017. Here's what this means for the industry. Oral arguments in King v. Burwell April 03, 2015 By Stuart M. Gerson The oral arguments in King v. Burwell will determine the viability of a central mechanism of the ACA—tax credit subsidies for economically-eligible citizens. Administration eyes health reform's impact on fall elections April 01, 2014 By Jill Wechsler Policy changes aim to avoid lost coverage, rate hikes through November. Employers examine options among ACA provisions February 13, 2014 By Julia Brown Critics caution that the employer mandate will drive firms to cut hours and cut positions to avoid the responsibility.