In advance of its annual national institute that opened in Orlando on Monday, the Healthcare Financial Management Association has released an update of "Understanding Healthcare Prices: A...
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) made statements this week about the Affordable Care Act's reinsurance program as well as rate-filing requirements for 2016 plan year. Here's a quick look at how both announcements will impact health insurers.
Some insurers are using federal regulations to their advantage to exclude generic versions of contraception from free coverage.
Risk corridors, intended to protect health carriers from potential losses as the program got off the ground, primarily from the adverse selection of new enrollees, may not shield insurers as originally intended, according to Scott Gottlieb, M.D., a conservative writer and ACA critic.
The rising out-of-pocket costs for health insurance force millions of middle-class Americans to forego checkups and other needed medical care, acc ording to USA Today.
The year 2015 may be the year where healthcare spending in the United States reaches a specific milestone: $10,000 per person.
Patients are becoming more willing to share their health information publicly, but there is one caveat: It has to be for a good reason.
Providers, health plans and consumers must work together for an affordable and sustainable healthcare system, America's Health Insurance Plans President and CEO Karen Ignagni told attendees at the National Forum on Hospitals, Health Systems and Population Health in the District of Columbia this week.
Healthcare IT is a booming industry for startups, with $5 billion invested into digital health this year alone. But with so many companies entering into health IT, startups have to find ways to stand out from the rest. New companies will have to find unique technologies and unique ideas to make an impact, according to an article at CIO.com
Employees of Fortune 500 companies can expect to pay more for health insurance as their employers try to manage the costs of complying with the Affordable Care Act, a survey by the University of South Carolina found.