Health insurers are likely to face new competition from many different areas of the healthcare market. Rising competition just might come from hospitals looking to launch their own health plans, The Washington Post reported.
Colorado's state-run health insurance exchange has drawn the attention of 11 insurers seeking to sell about 250 health plans to individuals and small groups
Competition begets competition--at least according to several healthcare economists. States that already have competitive insurance markets will likely see even more competition after health insurance exchanges open for enrollment later this year, they said.
The health insurance industry is a highly consolidated market, with only one insurer in most areas of the country, according to a new report from the American Medical Association.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama is coming under fire for amassing a surplus of nearly $1 billion when it already controls 90 percent of the state's insurance market, reported The Birmingham News.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan has dodged a civil lawsuit after a federal judge dismissed the city of Pontiac's claim that the insurer offers special, discounted contract prices to certain
If you watch television, you know all about car insurance commercials. You can probably even quickly identify the various mascots for the companies--the ubiquitous cavemen, the gecko, the "mayhem"
Certain accountable care organizations (ACO) are no longer subject to mandatory antitrust reviews, reports FierceHealthcare. Along with the release of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services