Recent Health Insurance News
Between 25 and 43 million Americans could lose their employer-based health insurance if the unemployment rate hits 20% in the coming months, according to a new report from the Urban Institute.
Jesse Slome says Millennials ready to take the torch from Boomers, which could be a boon for CI at the expense of life insurance.
New research from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society says the recently modified plans leave policyholders dangerously vulnerable to major out-of-pocket medical bills.
A new analysis of Plans F, G and N from eHealth shows that finding the lowest-price Medicare Supplement plan available can pay big dividends.
Company says its ACA health insurance enrollments more than doubled compared to 2019.
While the Social Security cost-of-living adjustment will increase benefits by 1.6% in 2020, Medicare Part B premiums are climbing by 6.7%, more than four times faster.
15 IDI market leaders record combined 2018 new premium sales of $401 million, a growth rate of 1.5%
New eHealth survey finds broad support for government action to reduce the cost of prescription drugs.
The Senior Citizens League says annual COLA increases lag significantly behind the growth in Medicare premiums, making it important for retirees to compare coverage during open enrollment.
Health insurance still generates the lion’s share of insurance premiums and California still generates by far the most in premiums, as confirmed by the 32nd edition of the NAIC’s annual collection of data.