Topic: Insurance Benefits
CNBC reported on Thursday afternoon that Amazon is planning to pilot primary care clinics for its employees in Seattle, where it is headquartered.
Several insurers now provide enrollees reduced-cost or free fitness devices, despite a lack of evidence that they help patients lose weight.
National Business Group on Health CEO and President Brian Marcotte elaborated on what large employers are looking for out of Silicon Valley.
The plan would begin open enrollment this fall and begin service in early 2019.
Express Scripts, the country's largest pharmacy benefits manager, is challenging the rhetoric that paints PBMs as the villain in the rising cost of drugs.
A new survey commissioned by the Bipartisan Policy Center found a notable split in what people on each side of the aisle view as healthcare reform priorities.
In a conference call with investors on Tuesday, the insurer offered clues about its future plans, plus other healthcare news from around the web.
Data released by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., shows a huge spike in ER claims denials following a new policy rolled out by Anthem last year.
A new analysis from the Altarum Institute found that spending and price growth among the privately insured sped up in 2017 and the first half of 2018 compared to public payers.
The Maryland Health Care Commission expanded its price transparency initiative with hospital cost comparison tools for consumers.