- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on November 29, 2018
After years of steady decline, the number of U.S. children without health insurance rose by 276,000 in 2017, according to a Georgetown University report.
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on November 27, 2018
Don’t procrastinate. Most consumers who buy their own insurance on the federal health insurance marketplace face a Dec. 15 deadline. Advocates are reminding these customers that if they miss the deadline, they may not have a plan that starts in January 2019.
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on November 2, 2018
By Julie Appleby | Kaiser Health News In the span of fewer than 12 hours last week, the Trump administration took two seemingly contradictory actions that could have profound effects on the insurance marketplaces set up by the Affordable Care Act. First, officials issued...
- By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on October 29, 2018
Humana plans to install beacons in Waterfront Park that will allow the health care company's customers to earn points through its Go365 program.
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on October 18, 2018
Health care has emerged as the top issue for voters headed into the midterm elections, according to the survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on October 4, 2018
Jewish Hospital and affiliated medical facilities incurred an operating loss of $56.9 million for the year ended June 30, according to a new report.
- By Michael L. Jones | Posted on September 27, 2018
During an open house Wednesday, officials with Passport Health Plan showed off new renderings of its planned headquarters at 18th Street and West Broadway and talked about possibly accelerating its timeline for completion. Passport broke ground on its new headquarters in March, and the project...
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on September 4, 2018
Wednesday is looking like yet another pivotal day in the life-or-death saga that has marked the history of the Affordable Care Act.
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on August 14, 2018
By Michelle Andrews | Kaiser Health News For those who make too much money to qualify for health insurance subsidies on the individual market, there may be no Goldilocks moment when shopping for a plan. No choice is just right. A policy with an...
- By Kaiser Health News | Posted on August 7, 2018
By Pauline Bartolone| Kaiser Health News Low-income people with diabetes are better able to afford their medications and manage their disease in states that expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, a new study suggests. The Health Affairs study, released Monday afternoon, found a...