Topic: Employer-Sponsored Health Plan
Spending for people enrolled in employer-sponsored plans hit an all-time high in 2017, according to a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute.
PBMs are hitting back against critics who blame them for rising drug prices, as the system they use to negotiate rebates hangs in the balance.
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.
CMS has approved Arizona's waiver for work requirements, making it the eighth state to test them, plus more insurance news.
Fewer patients with employer-sponsored insurance are visiting their primary care doctors, but more are seeing other advanced practice providers.
Employers have not responded to the ACA's mandates in the ways critics predicted, according to a new report.
A new Trump administration rule allows businesses to fund HRAs for employees to purchase individual exchange coverage.
Large employers and new coalitions could cut into the profits of health insurers by contracting directly with providers.