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Obamacare May Be Repealed Before Replacement is Arranged

Replacing Obamacare will require the cooperation of both parties to find the best policy.

The Next Generation of Health Care: Telemedicine

Cornerstone’s Jennifer Agnello discusses telehealth and its role in healthcare.

Reminder from Anthem – Modification to Medicare Advantage Commission Payment Schedule

Anthem is modifying their Medicare Advantage/Prescription Drug Plan and Prescription Drug Plan commission payment schedule so that payments are made in the effective month of the policy.

President-Elect Trump Nominates Price for HHS Chief

As chairman of the House Budget Committee, Price has been a key figure in the attempt to pass legislation repealing and replacing Obamacare.

New Jersey Residents May Lose Coverage if Trump Cuts Medicaid

Nearly one tenth of New Jersey working-adults may lose health coverage if President-Elect Trump decides to cut Medicaid in the repeal of Obamacare.

Confusion Among Buyers with Medicare Advantage Plans and Networks

The Wall Street Journal reports that there may be some confusion with Medicare Advantage plans among buyers, especially in determining which hospitals are included in the plans’ networks.

Repealing Obamacare May Be More Complex Than Expected

Repealing the health care law without a replacement may cause health insurers to exit the marketplace to avoid losses.

Symantec to Acquire LifeLock for $2.3 Billion

The acquisition is expected to bring in approximately $2.2 billion in annual revenue.