Health Insurance News
Buoyed by growth from the expansion of the Medicaid business under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance giant Anthem said fourth-quarter profits rose and its executives predicted enrollment gains across … Read →
The U.S. government estimates as many as six million households may have to pay a penalty for not having had health-insurance coverage last year as required under the Affordable Care … Read →
Cigna has entered into an agreement to purchase New Jersey-based QualCare Alliance Networks, Inc. (QANI).
A new tax on health insurance premiums proposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been criticized by insurers as the latest illustration of state and federal government increasing health care costs … Read →
Many small businesses in West and Southwest Michigan plan to drop health insurance coverage for employees and limit hiring, according to a new survey measuring the impact of the Affordable … Read →
The people who could lose their health insurance as a result of a Supreme Court decision this year are predominantly white, Southern, employed and middle-aged, according to an Urban Institute … Read →
While Republicans cannot expect a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act while President Barack Obama remains in office, the GOP intends to “strike away at it, piece by piece,” Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said this week.
New York-based National Financial Partners (NFP) has acquired Charlotte, N.C.-based Michelsen Benefits Group.
The transaction is expected to close in the first half of … Read →
CoOportunity Health, the second largest co-op created under the Affordable Care Act, and one of the largest in terms of the federal funding it received, has collapsed.