Topic: High-Deductible Health Plans
A median 350-bed hospital would have lost $3.5 million to increased denial write-offs from healthcare payers over the past four years, according to a new report.
New research says a significant share of U.S. adults are underinsured.
Over the last decade, more and more people covered by large employers’ health plans have found themselves facing high out-of-pocket healthcare costs.
A new research review reveals that high-deductible health plans lower costs by reducing enrollees’ use of healthcare services—including preventive care.
Premiums for employer-sponsored insurance have edged up for the sixth straight year, according to a new report.
Altarum, a nonprofit consulting firm, believes it has come up with a better alternative to high-deductible health plans.
The number of individuals in high-deductible, employer-sponsored plans grew by more than 2.2 million people in 2016, plus more research news.
The number of smaller employers offering health benefits to employees appears to be on the rebound, according to a new report.
Some GOP senators are looking to bridge the gap with Democrats, a move experts say could improve a reform effort’s chance for success.
What’s a person’s health got to do with wealth? Turns out a lot, which is why doctors are trying to help low-income patients with their finances.