Topic: High-Deductible Health Plans
Healthcare costs for families with employer coverage have risen twice as fast as wagesover the past decade, according to a new report.
The rise of High Deductible Health Plans is a big change in patient responsibility, with implications for Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC).
Insurance companies plan to up their number of Affordable Care Act plans available in 2020, according to eHealth’s latest survey.
A new report from eHealth looks at the costs and reactions from enrollees of Medicare’s latest open enrollment period.
Health insurance deductibles continue to rise and are up 150% from 2009, according to a study from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
About 9.4% of the U.S. population was uninsured in 2018, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, 18.2 million fewer than in 2010.
People enrolled in consumer-driven plans spend less on care even if they have a chronic condition, new research shows.
Many people enrolled in employer-sponsored plans are satisfied with them—when they're more shielded from cost-sharing, that is, new data show.
Universal Health Services reported a measurable shift of higher-revenue surgical patients to lower-revenue medical patients in Q1 2019.
Employers that are most effectively controlling cost growth are throwing as many strategies as they can into the mix, according to a new report.