Month: July 2016
Health insurers are gearing up to comply with a new Covered California rule that will require them next year to ensure that all enrollees have a primary care provider.
The Justice Department is preparing lawsuits to block two giant health insurance deals, according to a person briefed on the matter, continuing a spate of antitrust actions in a whirlwind year for mergers and acquisitions.
UnitedHealth's second-quarter earnings jumped 11 percent to trump expectations even though the nation's largest health insurer took a bigger hit than expected from coverage linked to the Affordable Care Act.
The U.S. Department of Labor wants to use major changes to the Form 5500 benefit plan annual return program to get more information about U.S. group health plans.
The Nevada Division of Insurance Launches Digital Campaign to Encourage Consumers to be More Involved in the Health Insurance Rate...
The Nevada Division of Insurance is pleased to announce the launch of its “Proposed Rates” digital campaign encouraging Nevadans to review and comment on the proposed health insurance rates for 2017.
Health insurance costs for about 240,000 Nevadans who buy individual or small-group plans are expected to rise next year, and state officials want consumers to offer feedback before the proposed rates are locked in in coming weeks.
National health spending will average more than $10,000 a person this year for the first time, the Obama administration said Wednesday, a milestone that heralds somewhat faster growth in health spending after several years of exceptionally low growth.
Obamacare health plans have been getting a bad rap this year. Critics say the premiums are too high, the out-of-pocket costs are out of control, and the requirements and red tape are too thick.
Republican House leaders say their congressional agenda will soothe national anxiety by improving healthcare and poverty.
President Obama has published an essay on Obamacare in The Journal of the American Medical Association.