Topic: High-Deductible Health Plans
Employers that are most effectively controlling cost growth are throwing as many strategies as they can into the mix, according to a new report.
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Though high-deductible health plans have proliferated, members don’t act as empowered, discerning consumers of care, according to new research.
In the first nine months of 2018, 29.7 million people in the U.S., or 9.2%, were without health insurance.
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.
Narrow provider networks can offer payers a crucial tool for keeping costs low for employer-sponsored plans, according to a new study.
To some insurance brokers and consumers, short-term insurance plans are an enticing, low-cost alternative for healthy people.
A study says diabetics are more likely to delay care if they have a high-deductible plan, and Florida's opioid suit now includes CVS and Walgreens.
High-deductible employer plans are contributing to the financial burden for low-income patients, plus more physician practice news.
Employers are hitting pause on a feature of job-based medical insurance much hated by employees: the high-deductible health plan.