Topic: Insurance Benefits
Fidelity and the NBGH found large employers are expected to spend an average of $3.6 million this year on wellness programs.
The "next big thing" in hospital care, many experts believe, will be providing care not at the hospital but at home.
The Trump administration will appeal a judge’s decision to block Medicaid work requirements in two states.
As they pay more for healthcare and expect technology to enable their interactions with service providers, consumers are now more engaged.
Medicare Advantage plans will be able to add additional telehealth benefits starting in plan year 2020.
Medicare Part D was launched before the rapid rise of pricey specialty drugs, so MedPAC is weighing a significant overhaul of the program.
CMS should better consider the social determinants of health in its Medicare Advantage star ratings, writes Clover Health's Erica Pham.
Despite a judge’s ruling last week that left association health plans in flux, state and local chambers of commerce are still committed to such plans.
Much of what’s happening with AI is clinical. But what we’re not doing, especially in ambulatory settings, is using AI to make our financial workflows smarter.
A study found uninsured patients and Medicaid patients were more likely to be discharged from a hospital than privately insured patients are.