Consumer Reports releases new rankings for hundreds of health plans; just 86 meet “Avoiding...

Consumer Reports has just released its fifth annual rankings of hundreds of health insurance plans across the U.S. with the intention of helping consumers...

Massachusetts has lowest rate of uninsured residents, Texas highest in rankings by WalletHub

As we are in the midst of Open Enrollment, it seems like a good time to share a recent analysis of 2016 Uninsured Rates...

HealthSherpa’s 2019 ACA enrollment spikes 81%

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

Oscar gets investment from Google; eyes California and Texas in 2016

Google Capital, Google Inc.’s equity growth fund, has invested $32.5 million in Oscar Health Insurance Corp., the startup venture looking to disrupt the health...

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.

Just 1 in 3 Medicare Advantage members familiar with CMS’ Star Ratings for plans

Survey finds that while only 15% of MA members used the rating system in picking a 2019 plan, 74% of enrollees still ended up in plans with four or more Stars.

9 extreme schemers make up Insurance Fraud Hall of Shame 2015 class

WASHINGTON – Blown up houses, staged wrecks and bogus spine surgeries were among the damage inflicted by nine convicted scammers newly selected to the...

What’s different about the impending 2018 Open Enrollment Period

New rules, a largely condensed enrollment timeframe, slimmer options and what states are doing to promote their exchanges are just a few of the things to consider as the 2018 health insurance Open Enrollment Period begins Wednesday.

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.

30 minutes or less: Time most Americans spend researching health care benefit options

COLUMBUS, Ga. – As employers continue to load more health care expenses onto workers, more than half (53%) of employees are still choosing a...