Topic: Insurance Premiums
A recent survey of insurers and PBMs found that a majority have used an outcomes-based contract in 2019, an increase over the past two years.
Cigna is launching its largest Medicare Advantage expansion to date for 2020, including new benefits targeting the social determinants of health.
The National Business Group on Health has identified six trends for employers to watch as workers gear up to choose their health benefits.
Consumers say they feel ready to select a health plan during open enrollment—but they’re spending very limited time researching their options.
Average premiums for families enrolled in employer-sponsored insurance increased by 5% over the past year, according to a new survey.
A survey of hospital leaders found a majority believe CMS' hospital transparency rule will be challenged in court and delayed.
An estimated 73 million Americans with commercial health insurance face limited choices, according to a new American Medical Association study.
At least six states are creating their own health insurance marketplaces or are seriously considering doing so.
Insurers are projected to pay out $1.3 billion in medical loss ratio rebates in 2019, a record high, according to a new analysis.
Surprise billing, drug pricing, and the so-called Cadillac tax are among the key healthcare issues that Congress wants to address after summer recess.