Topic: Employer-Sponsored Health Plan
Large employers and new coalitions could cut into the profits of health insurers by contracting directly with providers.
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.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma said expanding Medicare benefits to every American would “dilute” the program.
Partisanship has, ironically, left no one ensuring Medicare reports are nonpartisan. Plus, a bill that would overturn the short-term plan rule gains steam.
Employer-sponsored insurance premiums grew 5% in 2018 for family plans, on average, and 3% for individual plans.
Following the implementation of the ACA, part-time workers saw their uninsured rates decline twice as much as full-time workers did.
The out-of-pocket cost burden has shifted over the last 10 years, according to a study by the Health Care Cost Institute.
Hospitals are forcing insurers to take actions that unfairly raise prices, plus a populous Texas county may discontinue its public insurance program.
A new report from Moody's warned that the continuing rise of healthcare costs and an aging population could cause negative impacts across the economy.