Keyword: Kaiser Family Foundation
Across all 50 states, premiums for the average “benchmark” silver plan, which the government uses to set subsidies, are dropping nearly 1%.
Hgih-profile insurers have left the ACA marketplaces every year since 2015. Now they're starting to come back.
Economic growth slowed Medicaid enrollment, but states could use the savings to improve the program, says research from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Healthcare is the top issue for many voters heading into the midterm elections, including in battleground states, according to a new report.
Public health and economic problems would ensue if the rule is finalized and millions of children and adults disenroll, says Kaiser Family Foundation.
Profitability in the individual market is starting to ramp significantly, according to second-quarter data from Kaiser Family Foundation.
Employers are hitting pause on a feature of job-based medical insurance much hated by employees: the high-deductible health plan.
A massive package of legislation aimed at addressing the nation's opioid addiction crisis is heading to the president's desk and other healthcare headlines from around the web.
Employer-sponsored insurance premiums grew 5% in 2018 for family plans, on average, and 3% for individual plans.
Overtreatment is a pervasive problem in healthcare. But hospitals don't have to invest much to tackle the issue, a group of experts said in D.C.