Mar 022016
 March 2, 2016  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Healthcare

Lisa Schencker reports:

In a win for insurers and a loss for states trying to collect data for healthcare reform efforts, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday decided 6-2 that a federal law protects a self-funded insurer from having to share certain information with the state of Vermont.

A Vermont official, however, expressed optimism after the ruling Tuesday that the state may still be able to work with other states to press the federal government for a solution.

Read more on Modern Healthcare.

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