Health Insurance News
Employers say the Obama administration is unfairly changing the ACA’s rules that determine how consumer payment caps are applied, and they’re worried it will cost them more.
A new online service designed to improve health insurance agent and broker quoting productivity has been launched in several states.
The Nevada Health Co-Op, a consumer-owned and operated health plan created under the Affordable Care Act, is going out of business because of high costs.
Writing on LinkedIn, Michael Weiskirch explains how health insurance brokers can help clients avoid some ACA filing penalties.
Despite the healthcare reforms implemented under the Affordable Care Act, most employers are facing health insurance premium increases, with nearly 25% of employers seeing rate increases in the double digits, according to Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Managers of Maryland’s online health insurance exchange will attempt a pilot program designed to put some consumers directly in touch with insurance brokers.
John G. Goodman, writing for Forbes, takes a look at private exchanges and explains strategies employers can use when offering health insurance to workers.
The tsunami of mergers announced recently is expected to transform the health insurance industry, with giant insurers putting pressure on smaller Blue Cross-Blue Shield operators to merge. But Independence Blue Cross, Southeastern Pennsylvania’s largest health insurer, isn’t among those on the ropes.
Philadelphia Insurance has acquired a managing general agent for group accident & health insurance business based in Westchester County, N.Y.
Willis North America has acquired a Malvern, Pa.-based health and welfare benefit advisory firm.