Legislation recently introduced in the California House of Representatives would limit yearly out-of-pocket expenses for prescriptions and other medical costs at $5,950 for an individual and $11,900 for a family.
Healthcare consumers are willing to choose an expensive health plan if it covers specialty drugs for diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis, according to a recent study
Insurers increasingly are facing potential legislation that could prevent them from shifting larger portions of prescription drug costs onto their members. At least 20 states have introduced bills to
Insurers increasingly are altering their benefit structures to shift the cost of many expensive medications onto their chronically ill members. This "insidious trend" is causing health insurance