Recent Health Insurance News
Special Enrollment Period and increased ACA subsidies could help close racial gaps in health insurance coverage, new analysis finds
Bait-and-switch tactic used in scam involving nearly a billion robocalls in less than five months.
Oscar Health stumbled out of the gate in its first day of trading Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange, sinking 10.8% to close at $34.80 after opening at $36.
Here’s a quick rundown on a couple of notable developments from some high-profile insurtech disruptors.
Iowa overtakes Massachusetts for top healthcare performance while South Carolina repeats in last place of new MoneyRates rankings.
Group details six immediate or critical Affordable Care Act policy recommendations and six longer-term recommendations for the Biden administration to consider.
Soaring unemployment and other effects of pandemic help drive enrollment, with nearly one-fourth signing up for the first time.
New study from AALTCI finds 70% of LTCI claims begin at home; most also end there.
As millions of Americans shop around for health insurance during Open Enrollment, new ValuePenguin.com study finds 72% are confused about purchasing or using health insurance.