Though health insurance subsidies were at the heart of the latest Supreme Court challenge to the Affordable Care Act, a new poll finds that many Americans aren't accessing the cost-sharing reductions for which they qualify.
Guest post from Joel White, president of the Council for Affordable Health Coverage At the end of July, Healthcare.gov CEO Kevin Counihan sent a letter to insurance commissioners, urging them to...
Indiana's experimental Medicaid program, Healthy Indiana Plan, may pique the interests of Republican governors nationwide who remain on the fence about expanding the program.
The Affordable Care Act is often credited with contributing to the recent slowdown in healthcare cost increases by helping millions of Americans obtain health insurance. A recent survey found that delaying the impact of the ACA might also be part of the reason why.
Premiums are up but deductibles are down in the early weeks of open enrollment for consumers using the federal exchange to shop for unsubsidized plans, according to survey data released by eHealth Inc.
Premiums for employee-based family health insurance plans increased 73 percent from 2003 to 2013, and employer contributions to those plans jumped 93 percent, according to new research from the Commonwealth Fund.
With health insurance premiums on the rise, government officials are stressing the importance for consumers to shop around to ensure they get the best deal.
Noting the trend toward tying employees' health insurance premiums to their willingness to participate in a wellness program, a Columbus CEO article points to keys to creating successful programs.
Health insurance premiums for health plans participating in the Affordable Care Act exchanges over its first year have remained fairly steady, according to a Kaiser analysis of 2015 premium changes.
Despite what some media reports have to say, health insurance premiums won't "skyrocket" next year, according to an article by ConsumerReports.