It was a tough 2014 for three of Massachusetts' largest insurers.
Although Massachusetts health reform has helped increased the number of insured people, it doesn't seem to be aiding insurers' bottom lines as the state's major insurance companies saw their second quarter earnings plummet for the second straight quarter.
The four largest health insurers in Massachusetts fared extremely well in 2011, as fewer people sought medical care and as insurers renegotiated provider contracts, which helped them stifle
Massachusetts' Steward Health Care system and Fallon Community Health Plan on Tuesday announced its health insurance plan called Steward Community Care, a limited network plan for small businesses.
Massachusetts health insurers can increase premiums by an average of 2.3 percent, the smallest hikes in the state during the past 10 years. As a healthcare reform leader, Massachusetts could be
Nine of the 569 private Medicare plans received top marks on the five-star government rating system for 2012, and they will be receiving big cash bonuses and other rewards for their high scores under
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says she'll file a bill that would allow her to block payment for board members of nonprofit health insurers. The move follows a public outcry over an
Tufts Health Plan and Harvard Pilgrim will keep paying their board of directors five-figure annual fees despite objections from the Massachusetts attorney general and an inquiry into directors'