Health Insurance News
AssuredPartners has acquired Crawford Advisors, an employee benefits agency based in Hunt Valley, Md.
Twenty-nine percent of independent insurance brokers claim their businesses have been injured by Obamacare, according to a new survey.
Thirty-three percent of the respondents also said they are considering getting out … Read →
The National Association of Health Underwriters Education Foundation announced a new initiative to stimulate demand for value-based healthcare purchasing among the nation’s health insurance brokers and their employer clients.
New Jersey residents who buy health coverage through the Affordable Care Act’s marketplace will have a choice of five companies, up from three, when open enrollment starts in November.
More than 50 health insurers have filed to sell products on public insurance exchanges for the 2015 plan year, according to research from Atlantic Information Services, Inc.
Doctors and hospitals treated more patients and collected more payments in the spring as millions gained insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act, new figures from the government show.
The Obama administration is redesigning HealthCare.gov and says that 70 percent of consumers will be able to use a shorter, simpler online application form to buy health insurance when the … Read →
The number of health insurance companies offering plans in the marketplaces this fall will increase by 25%, giving consumers more choices for coverage, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced Tuesday.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield BCBS health plans and State Farm announced a new effort the firms say will broaden consumer access to health insurance during the upcoming open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act.
Global health service company Cigna will be teaming with HSA Bank, a division of Webster Bank, N.A., to administer Cigna Choice Fund health savings accounts (HSA).