The annual open-enrollment period for people who buy their own insurance on the Affordable Care Act’s marketplaces ends Dec. 15 in most states.
Health care share ministries have grown steadily, but many health care experts warn that members risk being crushed by unforeseen bills medical bills.
Health insurance can be difficult to afford, but going without it is a “bad gamble,” experts say
Virtually all transplant centers require patients to verify how they will pay bills that can total $400,000 for a kidney transplant or $1.3 million for a heart.
After years of steady decline, the number of U.S. children without health insurance rose by 276,000 in 2017.
Medicare has been mailing new Medicare ID cards to beneficiaries since September and scammers are taking advantage of this opportunity to commit fraud.
No one told Shereese Hickson she qualified for financial assistance to cover her portion of a $123,019 bill until she called the hospital.
If you want to enroll in a marketplace health insurance plan, now’s the time to get cracking.
A few states have banned them, others limit them. But to some healthy consumers, short-term plans are a low-cost alternative to more comprehensive coverage.
Your new Medicare card should have arrived in the mail by now. If you didn’t get it, here’s what to do: