The Trump administration has stopped making
billions of dollars in risk-adjustment payments to health insurers, claiming
that a federal court ruling prevents the money from being distributed, Reuters
reports. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said $10.4 billion in
payments have been affected by the administration's decision. The payments in
question — which were instituted under the 2010 Affordable Care Act — are meant
to compensate insurers that have taken on sicker, and thus more expensive, enrollees.
In February, a federal court in New Mexico ruled that the formula used to
calculate the payment amounts was inaccurate.
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