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Health premiums in Michigan's individual market may rise 28 percent

September 5, 2017
LANSING — Hundreds of thousands of people who buy their health insurance on Michigan's individual market could see premiums rise by 28 percent on average next year if President Donald Trump follows through on a threat to cut billions of dollars in payments to insurers, state officials said. Read More

Can we fix the Affordable Care Act?

August 29, 2017
Don’t like the prospects for fixing the Affordable Care Act? Repeal and replace somehow didn’t work. Unilateral political action doesn’t seem to be in the cards anymore. Local leaders have not distinguished themselves in addressing real health care concerns. What can be done? Read More

Health care's legislative future

May 31, 2017
Donald Trump was elected. We continue to have a Republican House of Representatives and Senate in Washington. What does that mean for health and health care in the United States? Read More

The future of Obamacare

November 21, 2016
Donald Trump has been elected. We will continue to have a Republican House of Representatives and Senate in Washington. What does that mean for health and health care in the United States? Read More

Attorney: Full repeal of Obamacare unlikely

Warner, Norcross & Judd partner believes parts of act that covers more than 24 million will be revamped.

November 18, 2016
Throughout his run to the White House, President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly pledged his intentions to scrap and replace President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Read More

New Affordable Care Act reporting requirements

January 29, 2016
If you provide or offer health insurance benefits to your employees, you could be subject to new reporting requirements. Read More

Economic problems don’t always have economic solutions

December 11, 2015
In a recent New York Times article, Nobel Prize Laureate in Economics Paul Krugman stated that “darkness is spreading over our society as evidenced in increased mortality rates resulting from suicide and excessive drinking, particularly among middle-aged white Americans.” Read More

Appeals court upholds ruling on contraception mandate

September 18, 2015
| By AP
An appeals court has upheld a lower court's order halting a federal mandate requiring two Christian colleges in Michigan and Iowa to provide insurance coverage for certain contraceptives. Read More

Health care evolution: A new era of taxes

July 17, 2014
As the evolution of the new era of health care continues, it’s critical for us to evaluate the complexity of these new laws from a variety of tax perspectives: the insurance industry, small business, health care providers, employers and, of course, the consumer. Read More

The heart of health care reform: Part II

May 28, 2014
Wading through the impact of health care reform is no easy task, but one thing is clear: every player will play a part in making it work. Read More