The number of Americans without health insurance jumped by nearly 1.9 million in 2018, marking the first time in a decade that there has been a year-to-year increase, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released on Sept. 10.
Recent Health Insurance News
New survey finds 1 in 5 adults who currently take prescription drugs struggle to pay for them each month; and three-quarters of all surveyed support legislation that places a cap on what seniors pay for prescription drugs in Medicare Part D.
Cavulus CEO Patrick Phillips predicts new and uniquely expanded benefits in wake of CMS recently easing supplemental health benefits rules
Democrats cry foul over allowance of “junk insurance” plans that circumvent ACA rules.
Overall MA plan customer satisfaction remains steady as cost drives plan selection, study finds.
Integrity expands Midwest senior market footprint with acquisition of Emrick Insurance Marketing Group
Nation’s largest independent distributor of life and health insurance products to the senior market enters definitive agreement to acquire Illinois-based IMO that markets Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement products.
Expanded partnership with One Resource Group enables its agents and advisors to refer Medicare prospects; AmeriLife also releases White Paper highlighting Med Supp opportunities created by MACRA 2020.
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.
Snapshot of disability coverage revealed in new Harris Poll from OneAmerica.