Topic: Insurance Benefits
The insurer and hospital worlds are nearly unanimous in their opposition to the Trump administration's proposal to expand short-term health plans.
The health insurance industry is off to a strong financial start in 2018, with Centene posting a double-digit revenue increase.
As healthcare costs continue to increase, patients could be electing to avoid primary care altogether, according to new research.
Democratic lawmakers are taking another crack at a public option with a Medicare buy-in option for employers and individuals on ACA exchanges.
A whistleblower alleges that a major California insurer failed to pay about $89 million in taxes on premium revenue as required under federal law.
Two medical associations are pushing for greater use of value-based payments in opioid addiction treatment.
A class-action lawsuit filed last week accuses Cigna of colluding with an administrative claims vendor in a cost-shifting scheme to overcharge members.
A Georgia governor is hoping to pressure a hospital and an insurer to make a deal to get 650,000 beneficiaries out of limbo.
HSA and HDHP enrollments continue to grow each year, an approach backed by members of Congress and the administration.
Speaker Paul Ryan didn't accomplish his goal of Medicare and Medicaid reform, but providers are worried his successor will pick up the torch.