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- UnitedHealthcare Leaves AHIP- What Does That Mean for Your Certifications This Year?
Last week it was announced that UnitedHealthcare was parting ways from AHIP, one of the nation’s largest insurance lobbyists and provider of widely accepted standardized certification testing. UnitedHealthcare stated “UnitedHealth Group believes the interest of our company and the customers we serve are no longer best represented by AHIP and accordingly are ending our membership effective June 30″. They further explained that “AHIP has set forth a strategy and direction it feels best serves a membership profile and need that does not fit UnitedHealth Group and our diversified portfolio.”
UHC’s departure from AHIP will not effect certifications this year. AHIP will continue to replace the Medicare Basics, Ethics & Compliance, and MA & PDP portions of their company certification; however, next year you may want to prepare for a different certification process for UnitedHealthcare.
- King vs. Burwell: Supreme Court Upholds Federal Subsidies
The justices acknowledged that the wording in the law was “ambiguous”; but the intention of the ACA exchanges, whether federally or state established, was to provide Americans with affordable health care. They also acknowledged that removing the subsidies from these states would cause a destabilization of the insurance market.
The Supreme Court ruled against King with a 6-3 majority vote. Chief Justice Roberts stated “It is implausible that Congress meant the act to operate in this manner”.