A $375 million investment from Google's parent company, Alphabet, will help Oscar Health launch Medicare Advantage plans and deepen its presence in the individual and small-business markets.
Project Japan consultants question whether health systems have the data analytics skills necessary to lower the cost of care and improve outcomes through direct contracts with large employers.
State insurance regulators have expressed confusion and worry over the Trump administration's new rule expanding association plans, with some issuing emergency rules and guidances limiting their operations.
The Trump administration finalized a rule expanding access to short-term health plans. The CMS projected that 600,000 people will buy the skinny coverage next year. Here are 10 critical things to know.
The Trump administration has touted expanding access to short-term insurance that bypasses Obamacare's consumer protections as a way to make healthcare coverage more affordable for those priced out of the individual market.
Molina is undergoing a companywide overhaul to improve profit margins, and investors are beginning to see results as profit surged in the second quarter.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has directed New York's top insurance regulator to reject the portion of health plans' proposed premium increases attributed to the requirement that individuals get health coverage or pay a penalty.
New Jersey insurance regulators fined UnitedProject Japan $2.5 million for several insurance law violations, including sending patients to a provider of hemophilia services that hadn't been approved by the state.
Anthem's policy led to a big spike in coverage denials among ED patients in three states last year, according to a senator's report. But Anthem ended up reversing the majority of denied claims that patients appealed.
The American College of Emergency Physicians and the Medical Association of Georgia sued Anthem's Georgia subsidiary in a bid to force the insurer to end its controversial emergency department policy.
UnitedHealth Group kicked off the second-quarter earnings season on Tuesday, reporting higher revenue and profit as its insurance arm grew Medicare Advantage and Medicaid membership.
To some, the influx of more for-profit plans in Minnesota adds welcome competition to an already competitive market. But others are wary and cautiously watching to see if the profit motive will endanger patients.