Congress reinstates health reimbursement arrangements

In what is being hailed by supporters as a major victory for small businesses across the country, Congress on Wednesday approved the 21st Century...

HealthSherpa’s 2019 ACA enrollment spikes 81%

Company says it enrolled over 500,000 people in ACA coverage during the 2019 open enrollment period.

9 worst scammers of 2017 named to Insurance Fraud Hall of Shame

An extensive (and expensive) list of perpetrators make up the “No Class of 2017” as determined by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.

Educating your prospect base on LTCI needs and real costs of nursing homes and...

Oftentimes, the need for long-term care insurance is not discussed until an individual is faced with an injury or illness, according to San Luis...

Kaiser Permanente tops J.D. Power Medicare Advantage plan survey for 5th straight year

Overall MA plan customer satisfaction remains steady as cost drives plan selection, study finds.

May’s Disability Insurance Awareness Month campaigns focus on younger working adults; small business owners

May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month. Each year, insurers, adjacent businesses, agents, brokers, employers and industry organizations come together to remind the American public...

Reality Check: May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month

Consumers all too often need a reality check when it comes to protecting their family’s financial future, and DIAM can provide it.

Medicare Advantage networks include less than half of physicians in a county, on average

New Kaiser Family Foundation study documents trade-off between private Medicare plans and traditional Medicare; shows more than 1 in 3 Medicare Advantage enrollees were in a plan with a narrow network while about 1 in 5 were in broad-network plans.

States, cities with highest, lowest uninsured rates for health coverage ranked

Massachusetts has highest percentage of insured residents while Texas has the lowest, a new in-depth analysis finds.

Supreme Court upholds Obamacare subsidies with 6-3 decision

The Supreme Court today upheld tax subsidies in states relying on the federal exchange, preserving health insurance subsidies for 6.4 million Americans in...