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Insurance brokers give alternative coverage, such as short-term health plans, a mixed review, according to a new study.
The individual insurance market saw five years of significant change under the ACA—and there are lessons for policymakers to take away.
Payer and provider groups were pleased the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to the ACA, but a lengthy delay till a decision could roil investments.
Florida-based physician services provider Mednax announced Friday that UnitedHealthcare unilaterally cut the company out of its network.
A federal appeals court’s decision Wednesday on a case challenging the legality of the ACA portends years of uncertainty for the industry.
Payers have the strategies to mitigate rising healthcare costs but lack the incentive and ability to effectively do so, according to a new report.
Tennessee's proposal for a block grant brings a host of questions.
An appellate court is likely to ask a lower court to untangle key issues in a lawsuit led by red states seeking to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
Washington just became the first state to launch a "public option," though experts warn that term is tough to define.
Officials at MedStar say they've shown the $49 million investment to install the 28th proton beam center was a risk worth taking.