Keyword: America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP)
An estimated 73 million Americans with commercial health insurance face limited choices, according to a new American Medical Association study.
As Congress takes a close look at prior authorization, payer groups are defending the practice, which they say is a crucial tool to control costs.
While the launch prices of traditional and specialty drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration doubled in the past 20 years, the rise in the prices of the orphan drug has reached heights that put it in a stratosphere all its own, according to a new report.
California legislation to prevent surprise billing did not result in a reduction of in-network doctors, a new study from the top insurer group found.
Hospitals and insurers are signaling a major fight with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services over its price transparency proposal
The Senate Finance Committee has finally unveiled its long-awaited legislation on drug prices.
The House voted to repeal the controversial ACA tax on high-cost health plans that has never gone into effect.
The director of Kaiser Permanente Ventures offers several lessons learned as an investor on the future of health technology.
New York's Northwell Health is teaming up with technology company NowPow to tackle nonmedical needs among its Medicaid patients.
Healthcare was arguably the defining issue of the 2018 midterm election, and it’s shaping up to be central to the 2020 campaign, too, analysts said.