While membership programs promise customers will avoid out-of-pocket expenses, in reality the contractual fine print “isn’t as cut and dry.”
Premiums for the state’s individual market are rising less than 1% on average, and the insurance commissioner, credits that to homegrown insurance plans.
Harborview could lose up to $80 million a year should the ACA be struck down as a result of a lawsuit filed by Republican attorneys general now in the courts.
An alliance of locals struck a deal with the hospital system and now may be able to offer its members premiums that are at least 20% less than current rates.
The Trump administration wants to drop an Obama-era rule designed to ensure that there are enough doctors to care for Medicaid patients.
Some red states, with Trump’s backing, are trying to put limits on the federal-state health program for the poor, which covers more than 72 million Americans.
Before finding a dialysis clinic in their insurance network, a Montana man was charged more than half a million dollars for 14 weeks of the treatment
Medicare doesn’t pay for care outside the U.S., except in limited circumstances.
Medicare has covered transplant patients who had end-stage renal disease. But coverage ends after 36 months for those younger than 65.
Health insurers that treat millions of seniors have overcharged Medicare by nearly $30 billion the past three years alone.
If you do appeal, your chance of getting the health plan’s decision overturned is a lot better than you might think.
Citing fierce pushback from hospitals, California lawmakers sidelined a bill Wednesday that would have protected some patients from surprise medical bill.
The Trump administration wants to scrap the entire law … but keep parts of it.
If the lower court ruling is ultimately upheld, the case, Texas v. United States, has the potential to shake the nation’s health care system to its core.
At the Democratic presidential debate health policies, ranging from “Medicare for All” to efforts to curb skyrocketing drug prices, were among the key issues