Keyword: Kaiser Family Foundation
A majority of Americans are fine with a surprise medical bill solution that pays providers less money, a new poll finds.
Insurers are projected to pay out $1.3 billion in medical loss ratio rebates in 2019, a record high, according to a new analysis.
Adding dental health benefits to Medicare is a pretty popular idea among likely voters, a new poll finds.
The ACA reduced racial and ethnic disparities in coverage, but declines were the steepest in states that expanded Medicaid.
Individual market enrollment is down 5% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to 2018's first quarter, a new analysis finds.
Healthcare costs for families with employer coverage have risen twice as fast as wagesover the past decade, according to a new report.
A UnitedHealth study claims inpatient spending in hospitals for employer plans outpaced spending for physicians.
MA plans have higher average margins than individual and group markets due in part to high bonus payments, a new analysis finds.
A new study dives into healthcare spending trends among the people who regularly incur the highest costs.
Approximately 21% of employers will have to pay the ACA's controversial "Cadillac" tax when it goes into effect in 2022, an analysis says.