Topic: Insurance Benefits
Panelists at the 2018 AHIP Institute & Expo in San Diego say much more can be done to prevent costly chronic diseases.
The Department of Labor finalized a rule on Tuesday to expand association health plans, a move criticized by industry groups.
High-deductible health plans are commonplace today, but few employers have fully replaced their benefits with such plans, according to a new report.
The healthcare industry is shooting for the moon on cancer research and care, but experts say it will need to aim even higher on mental health.
While everyone from Congress to Amazon is trying to overhaul the health insurance industry, most consumers are happy with the current setup.
Patients have plenty to gain from the latest innovations in healthcare, but price and coverage remain key barriers, experts say.
Due to benefit changes, some patients are spending much more out of pocket for drugs, even with copay assistance.
Despite the growing use of transplant to cure blood cancers and other blood disorders, CMS continues to underfund treatment.
Cigna has been hit with a second class-action lawsuit alleging the insurer engaged in a cost-shifting scheme.
Two federal policies could add thousands of dollars in premiums to benchmark plans, according to an analysis by the Center for American Progress.