Keyword: Health Care Cost Institute
People enrolled in consumer-driven plans spend less on care even if they have a chronic condition, new research shows.
As more care is taking place in outpatient settings than physician offices, there’s a higher price for those services, according to an HCCI analysis.
An analysis of more than 1.8 billion claims shows wide variation in medical spending and frequency of services depending on the region of the country.
Spending for people enrolled in employer-sponsored plans hit an all-time high in 2017, according to a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute.
Reimbursement rates from commercial insurers to mental healthcare providers may hinder patient access to such care, according to a new study.
NYU Langone Health received a $75 million donation to establish a new center for blood cancers and other healthcare headlines from around the web.
UnitedHealthcare will pull out of the Health Care Cost Institute research collaborative, plus more insurance headlines.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday instructed administration officials to investigate how to prevent surprise medical bills.
The cost of managing diabetes in the U.S. is rising quickly, largely due to dramatic increases in the cost of insulin.
Fewer patients with employer-sponsored insurance are visiting their primary care doctors, but more are seeing other advanced practice providers.