Health insurance exchanges will likely create "fairly competitive" marketplaces as insurers vie for consumers, says a new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Despite raising rates multiple times over the last several years, Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield announced that it won't increase premiums more than the cost to cover the reform law's fees and taxes on insurers.
When insurance exchanges open for enrollment this October, consumer-owned and operated health plans will have a chance to compete side by side with big name insurers like Aetna, Cigna, WellPoint and UnitedHealth.
The chance for a consumer operated and oriented plan (CO-OP) to compete in the Vermont health insurance exchange was shot down Wednesday by state regulators due to financial solvency and corporate governance issues,
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After losing almost all funding under the fiscal cliff agreement, consumer oriented and operated plans are urging federal officials to support them in any possible way.
Hoping to help get member-owned health plans up and running, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services has provided more than $160 million in grants to two new plans in Massachusetts and Tennessee.
Competition within the health insurance industry could potentially increase now that consumer-governed health plans have received a big financial boost to get them up and running. The Centers for
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services released proposed regulations for the Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan program, which creates a new type of nonprofit, consumer-governed health