The Department of Justice's increased focus on investigating alleged fraud in the Medicare Advantage program is likely to change the way insurers do business, according to lawyers who specialize in False Claims Act suits.
Aetna's initiative aims to reduce the amount of powerful opioid prescriptions written by dentists and oral maxillofacial surgeons.
The nation's state insurance commissioners urged the Trump administration Wednesday to ensure continued funding for payments to health insurers to cover cost-sharing reductions for low-income exchange plan members.
The Trump administration took another step Wednesday toward deregulating federal insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act. The new policy will allow consumers to skip HealthCare.gov entirely to sign up for coverage in 2018.
Family Health Network is notably absent from a group of insurers that have bid on a lucrative contract for a major Illinois Medicaid initiative.
After five consecutive years of coverage gains, progress toward reducing the number of uninsured Americans stalled in 2016, according to a government report that underscores the stakes as Republicans try to roll back Barack Obama's law.
UnitedHealth Group is shutting down its health plan experiment featuring staff providers offering unlimited primary and behavioral care at no charge.
The Trump administration on Monday proposed to allow small businesses to sign up for insurance coverage directly through an agent or broker rather than HealthCare.gov, citing their low enrollment in the federal marketplace.
As uncertainty swirls around the fate of the Affordable Care Act, health insurers are asking state regulators to approve giant rate increases for 2018 individual policies.
Anthem announced Friday morning that it will stop pursuing Cigna, a merger that long ago turned into a hostile takeover bid. But the deal's $1.85 billion break-up fee is still in dispute.
With bids due Monday for private insurers who want a piece of a key Illinois Medicaid program, one of the biggest health plans is in talks with potential buyers.
A Consumer Reports poll found that 56% of Republicans across the country say the government should ensure access to affordable healthcare and 78% of all respondents agreed.