Insurers Sue Federal Government for ACA Risk Corridor Payments

North America - United States

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) required an establishment of unpredictable new insurance markets. The ACA offered a "risk-corridor program" that promised to compensate insurers for much of their losses as they transitioned into these markets. Faegre Baker Daniels represents health insurers in their lawsuits against the federal government for unpaid risk-corridor payments.

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