Month: February 2018
The role of the health insurance broker is reinforced daily by their clients, members of the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) were told at the opening of their 2018 Capitol Conference today.
Only 7 Percent of Californians Lack Health Insurance, National Study Says
A new study indicates that almost 29 million Americans lack health insurance — a big improvement compared to nearly 49 million in 2010.
Seniors in wellness programs targeting obesity, falling and chronic conditions are not sparking healthcare spending decreases, according to a federal analysis released Friday.
A new tier of high-income Medicare recipients next year will have to pay a greater percentage of their medical costs, the latest move to shift more of the federal program’s tab onto the wealthiest beneficiaries.
A coalition of 20 U.S. states sued the federal government on Monday over Obamacare, claiming the law was no longer constitutional after the repeal last year of its requirement that people have health insurance or pay a fine.
A bipartisan group of governors working to strike compromise on hot-button policy issues took on the question of health care on Friday.
These 5 Bills Before California Lawmakers Seek to Expand Health Coverage, Lower Costs
Early this month, advocates of moving California to a single-payer health care system renewed their push in Sacramento. Hundreds of them crowded into a hearing of a special state Assembly committee that's exploring whether and how to bring universal health care to the state.
Rick, Patrick and Michael recently commented on Covered California’s Facebook page, urging others to ditch health insurance.
Warren Buffett’s health-care venture has far more ambitious plans than simply squeezing middlemen for better prices, the billionaire said.
The HHS walked back a request for more than $11.5 billion to fund the Affordable Care Act's risk-corridor program after health insurers suing for those payments said the budget item strengthened their cases.