Susan Morse

Susan Morse is Associate Editor of Healthcare Finance. You can follow her at @susanmorseHFN

Medicaid expansion
By Susan Morse 01:52 pm October 24, 2017
Medicaid expansion in the Affordable Care Act turned Medicaid into a lifelong program for people it was never meant to support, Verma says.
Anthem builds new tech center
By Susan Morse 03:25 pm October 16, 2017
Anthem Technology Center will create new capabilities to enhance the consumer healthcare experience, help improve quality and lower healthcare costs, insurer says.
By Susan Morse 03:17 pm September 25, 2017
Physicians transitioning to MIPS and hospitals going for meaningful use can avoid penalty.
Seema Verma CMS

CMS Administrator Seema Verma. Photo via Twitter

By Susan Morse 11:44 am September 20, 2017
CMS innovation center programs in limbo as officials say free market approach will encourage competition among healthcare providers.
Senate vote on healthcare bill
By Susan Morse 04:02 pm July 25, 2017
Republican senators voting against motion to proceed were Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
GOP healthcare bill

Senator Ted Cruz's slimmed down plans remain in revised Senate bill.

By Susan Morse 02:27 pm July 13, 2017
Senate bill would allow insurers to sell bare bones plans to one segment of the population while offering healthier sector a lower premium rate.
Advisory Board takeover
By Susan Morse 10:42 am July 07, 2017
Optum likely to run healthcare arm if buy-out goes through, leveraging The Advisory Board's provider relationships and Crimson dataset.
GOP healthcare bill

Hani Jarawan, MD, was among the protesters outside of Senator Susan Collins' Portland office Tuesday.

By Susan Morse 03:11 pm June 27, 2017
Republicans are short on votes needed for bill to pass due to five Senators who will not give their support, including Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.
GOP healthcare bill
By Susan Morse 01:00 pm June 22, 2017
Cost-sharing reduction payments continue through 2019 in bill that stabilizes health insurance market, says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
CBO score for AHCA
By Susan Morse 08:29 am May 25, 2017
In 2026, an estimated 51M people under age 65 would be uninsured, compared to 28M who would lack insurance under current law.

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