The removal of denial provisions in utilization management for advanced diagnostic imaging won't result in increased imaging, according to a study recently published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.
In more evidence that the health insurance industry's landscape is transforming, a new study finds employer-based coverage, once the cornerstone of the market, has "eroded substantially."
There's been a lot of chatter among health insurance execs, consultants and industry experts that payment reform is a positive change. An absolute necessity, in fact. So why, then, did a recent ...
After releasing the draft version of the application consumers will use to apply for individual policies through health insurance exchanges, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services is facing criticism that it's too complex.
Large employers expect to continue providing health insurance for their workers, at least for the next five years, new survey findings show.
In the Obama administration's proposed rules for governing the individual mandate, released yesterday, exemptions are so broad that only 2 percent of the population could possibly owe penalties....
Five insurers--Aetna, UnitedHealth, Anthem, ConnectiCare and a new CO-OP run by the Connecticut State Medical Society--have announced their intention to sell plans through Connecticut's health insurance exchange.
Health insurers won't likely be seeing much competition from a potentially new source of health insurance--consumer-oriented and -operated plans (CO-OP).
The CEO of a now defunct behavioral healthcare company didn't pay insurance premiums for her employees, according to the North Carolina Department of Insurance.
Wellmark Blue Cross Blue Shield wants to raise premiums in Iowa, but the public is strongly urging the state insurance department to deny the rate hike.