Today’s health insurance industry is being fueled by consumer-centric trends, and technology is a major accelerant.
The first lawsuits in the Anthem hack, the nation's largest health care breach to date, have been filed.
University of California researchers last week determined there are between 2.7 million and 3.4 million people without health insurance in California -- about 1.5 million of them undocumented.
UnitedHealthcare can’t have its cake and eat it too. That’s the message from the California health insurance marketplace, which turned aside a request from the nation’s largest health insurer to sell statewide on the exchange because it opted not to join when the effort was getting off the ground in 2014.
A total of 9.9 million people have signed up for private health insurance on ObamaCare's state and federal exchanges, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell told senators Wednesday.
On the one hand, Republicans in Congress are urging the Supreme Court to strike down subsidies for health insurance provided to millions of people in more than 30 states.
Norma and Rodolfo Santaolalla have always worked but have never had health insurance. When the Arlington, Va., couple tried to apply online for coverage under the health care law, it was just too confusing.
Covered California officials have announced that nearly 300,000 new consumers have signed up for a health plan via the state exchange during its second open enrollment period, the Sacramento Business Journal reports.
Saying that “the possibilities are boundless,” President Obama on Friday announced a major biomedical research initiative, including plans to collect genetic data on one million Americans so scientists could develop drugs and treatments tailored to the characteristics of individual patients.