Keyword: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)
AHIP found that prescription drugs and doctor services costs make up almost half of premium spending, an amount that even surprised researchers.
Consumers are in for a rude awakening next year as some will likely be hit with double-digit premium increases while Congress points fingers.
The Trump administration has its sights on major changes to Medicare in its quest for lower drug prices.
Various groups are pushing back on potential new limits and quotas for IV opioids, which are facing a serious shortage.
Expectant mothers and those battling addiction could be hit the hardest by the Trump administration's plan to expand short-term health plans.
The insurer and hospital worlds are nearly unanimous in their opposition to the Trump administration's proposal to expand short-term health plans.
A Medicare initiative to prevent seniors and people with serious disabilities from developing Type 2 diabetes is off to a rocky start, experts say.
A joint letter urges HHS to close a loophole insurers claim leads to inappropriate steering of dialysis patients toward commercial policies.
HSA and HDHP enrollments continue to grow each year, an approach backed by members of Congress and the administration.
Starting next year, nonmedical goods, including air conditioners, food and rides to appointments, may be added to Medicare Advantage benefits.