Keyword: Kaiser Family Foundation
Non-U.S. citizens are significantly more likely to be uninsured than citizens, according to a recent study from Kaiser Family Foundation.
The implementation of the ACA has significantly narrowed the disparities in coverage experienced by people of color.
The Medicare at 50 Act, introduced earlier this week, is already getting pushback from healthcare organizations.
A rebounding economy and the individual mandate have boosted enrollment in employer plans, but long-term trends are downward, a new study found.
Narrow provider networks can offer payers a crucial tool for keeping costs low for employer-sponsored plans, according to a new study.
If the funding situation isn't fixed, the uninsured population in some of the U.S. territories could double, according to KFF.
Several factors have halted, and in some cases reversed, the growth in insurance rates.
Maine's newly instated Gov. Janet Mills has rejected plans for Medicaid work requirements that began under her predecessor, plus more insurance news.
The Society of Actuaries and Kaiser Family Foundation are teaming up to bend the healthcare cost curve.
While the Trump administration decides whether to adopt a “public charge” policy, doctors and clinics are torn over what to tell immigrant patients.