One of the Bay Area's most popular health systems is expanding its new health plan, trying to craft a unique value proposition in changing times and picking up some notable clients along the way.
After transitioning from tax-exempt nonprofit to a tax-paying, mutually-owned company, Michigan's largest health insurer is in pretty good financial health.
In the state with the highest per-capita healthcare spending, most of the mainstay insurers spent the last year struggling to harvest operating income.
One of the largest Blue Cross insurers in the American South has taken its first loss in 15 years, showing the challenges of the two main growth areas, ACA plans and Medicare Advantage.
Health insurers treading in legacy business processes are turning to contractors for help plying the new waters of reform, fueling an $8 billion market of its own.
For the state that pioneered the public insurance exchange only to see dysfunction during the first ACA open enrollment, there are still many miles to go.
The retiring leader of Louisiana's largest insurer leaves a legacy of growth and action on issues like obesity. But the next CEO will face the legacy uninsurance problem and a population beset with chronic disease.
Roberta and Curtis Campbell typically look forward to tax time. Most years, they receive a refund. But this year the California couple got a shock: they owe the IRS more than $6,000.
Adding to the list of healthcare price comparison tools is a consumer website with one of the largest databases yet, although it is perhaps not enough to end the Dark Ages of healthcare transparency.
This year's open enrollment may be mostly over. But for 2016 and beyond, insurers should prepare for evolving regulations on everything from premium increases to drug formularies.
The federal government is extending the exchange sign-up deadline, due to concerns about tax season confusion and subsidy mistakes for some 800,000 Americans.
While the new health insurance market is about as profitable as the pre-reform era for some large insurers, that is not the case for those like Assurant.
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