Three health advocacy groups are calling out CMS for improperly "mischaracterizing" Medicare Advantage plan benefits in educational documents.
Aetna placed Sarah Behnke on leave after she refused to destroy documents, her attorney told FierceHealthcare.
A new white paper explores the ways in which health coaches and other types of care coordinators can help improve patient health outcomes.
Several recent studies have highlighted the positives of Medicaid expansion without hurting state budgets, but that won't last long.
The newly updated drug pricing dashboards are shining light on who's responsible for the steadily increasing price of drugs.
Over the past five years, there have been many great changes in medicine - targeted biologics, expanded minimally invasive surgical procedures, meaningful…
Sen. Lindsey Graham is taking another crack at ACA repeal, while Vermont becomes the first state to allow drug imports from Canada.
Cigna couldn't attract any suitors once its deal with Anthem fell apart, so it went looking for an acquisition.
The nation's second-largest insurer is receiving fierce backlash from advocates for a sharp cut in breast pump payments.
For some patients, cancer is just half the battle. They also have to contend with insurance denials for prescribed treatment.
Democratic leaders will be allowed to defend the ACA in a lawsuit filed by their GOP counterparts, plus more news you may have missed.
The NY-based insurer posted a profit of $7.4 million in the first quarter of 2018 and is planning to expand individual plans to Arizona next year.