The partnership grew out of a philosophical alignment between the companies, with each citing the desire to simplify access and pricing.
U.S. employers are bracing for the largest increase in health insurance costs in a decade next year, according forecasts from healthcare consultants, but workers may be somewhat spared this time around in a tight labor market.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021 made a number of federal changes to the U.S. health care system, with the goal of increasing transparency. One of the most immediate changes was the prohibition of gag clauses in contracts between insurance plans, insurance issuers, and providers. Gag clauses are contractual provisions that restrict plans or ...
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is providing $600 million in funding to produce new at-home COVID-19 tests and is restarting a website allowing Americans to again order up to four free tests per household — aiming to prevent possible shortages during a rise in coronavirus cases that has typically come during colder months. The Department of Health and Human ...
For employers that set their employee premium costs last year right at the ACA affordability threshold, their plans will no longer be affordable if they charge employees the same amount in 2024 as they did in 2023.
Inflation is broadly retreating in the U.S. economy. But starting in October, health insurance is poised to act as a countervailing force that buoys inflation for about a year, economists said.
Throughout the year, especially during Q4, we know you are bound to have questions about Underwriting, Client Experience, Enrollment, and Compliance. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) during peak season.
California lawmakers endorsed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest plan to address the state’s worsening homeless crisis. Now, it’ll be up to voters.
The administration says insurance companies are using loopholes to deny mental health care. Insurers say that’s not the case.
The Southern District Court of Ohio on Friday heard oral arguments from the federal government and the Chamber of Commerce in the latter’s lawsuit challenging the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program, with both sides rehashing long-held assertions. The Chamber has requested that the Medicare negotiation program be blocked from operating, with the organization asking for ...