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    Federal district court judge upholds Trump administration rule expanding use of short-term health plans

    On Friday, July 20, 2019, U.S. District Court Judge Richard J. Leon in Washington, D.C. ruled that the expansion of short-term health plans by the Trump administration caused “minimal” difficulty and found that their “benefits are undeniable.” The expansion permits short-term health insurance plans that generally are less costly than those provided under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) but are less comprehensive.

    • 30. July 2019
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    Taking the initiative with PCG Cares in May

    To keep up the great momentum so far this year, PCG Cares teams in Asheville, Albany, Princeton, and Harrisburg took action in their local communities by helping those in need this May. Read on for a selection of our volunteer involvement for the month. PCG Cares Asheville joined the American Red Cross on Friday May 3, 2019, for Sound the Alarm – a home fire safety and smoke alarm installation event.

    • 22. July 2019
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    Washington Health Care Authority selects PCG to provide technical consulting services

    The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) selected PCG to provide technical consulting services that will help HCA deploy an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) to the cloud. PCG’s Technology Consulting and Health Services practice areas are providing services which will support HCA’s Decision Support and Analytics Infrastructure (DSAI) initiative. In turn, this will enable HCA to work with a technical implementation partner to deploy their enterprise data architecture using Amazon Web Services.

    • 11. July 2019
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    U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear case concerning risk corridors under the Affordable Care Act

    On Monday, June 24, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear the case involving risk corridors for insurance companies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). A provision of the ACA established these so-called risk corridors, whereby the federal government would control gains and losses of insurance companies to help the companies cope with their risks when they participated in the ACA marketplaces from 2014 to 2016. 

    • 27. June 2019