An insurer-owned clinic says it's saving money and providing effective patient care despite conflict concerns.

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is using health data and outreach efforts to close gaps in preventative care.

Private-sector entities, including health insurance companies, bore 41 percent, or $10.1 billion, of costs imposed by insufficient exercise in 2013.

Health insurer Oscar, which is looking to disrupt the industry using data, plans to raise 2017 premiums for its New York plans while scaling back provider…

UnitedHealth is one of several high-powered corporations tapping into millennial employees to offer a fresh perspective on existing business lines.

Making palliative care available to a health plan’s sickest members can save thousands of dollars a year in inpatient costs and improve patient care.

Bright Health co-founder and CEO Kyle Rolfing tells FierceHealthPayer how the startup plans to disrupt the insurance industry by focusing on individual care.

BCBS of Florida has found that retail stores are an ideal way to reach the uninsured and and connect with communities.

Young adults are a key demographic in balancing the health insurance risk pool, but state efforts to transition this population has proved difficult.