While many Affordable Care Act supporters have toiled to get individuals to sign up for health insurance, now the focus has shifted to making sure that newly covered customers actually use their insurance to access healthcare.
While health plans' workplace wellness programs have gained steam in recent years, many employees are still not aware that they exist, according to a survey from the public relations and communications agency Brodeur Partners.
The rise of public health insurance exchanges has ramped up Americans' engagement with their health plans, signaling an opportunity for insurers who are able to adapt to a more consumer-centric market.
Just as Medicaid has helped expand health coverage and affordability to millions of Americans, private insurers also strive to expand healthcare access through innovation, according to executives who spoke at an event to celebrate Medicaid's 50 th anniversary.
Six states successfully re-enrolled large numbers of residents during the second year of open enrollment on the health insurance exchanges.
Consumers enrolled in employer-sponsored health plans over the last two years are largely staying in those plans, according to a new report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Michigan-based insurer Priority Health wants to control healthcare costs—so it plans to reward its members who hunt down the best price for their medical procedures.
Medicare Advantage (MA) enrollees enjoy considerable plan choice and are likely to continue to do so even amid the wave of consolidation that has recently taken place in the health insurance industry, according to a new analysis from Avalere.
To adjust to the rise of consumerism in healthcare, the traditional "power players"--providers and payers--must embrace the fact that they are no longer the only ones in control, according to a report from the Healthcare Performance Management Institute.
By bringing together a variety of healthcare stakeholders--including providers local leaders--Humana's latest health venture, Bold Moves, aims to improve the health of certain communities 20 percent by 2020.