Bill With Fiduciary Rule Ban, ACA De-Funding Nears House Floor
One provision in H.R. 3354 would ban use of plan fees to keep the public exchange system going.
7 Peeks Into Long-Term Care Insurance Issuers' Thinking
Manulife is tough. Genworth has some hope. CNO and Aegon are quiet.
Will Congress Wrap Group Health in a 50-State Crazy Quilt?
A benefits lawyer argues that well-intentioned flexibility efforts could drive up employer costs.
Life Expectancy for a 65-Year-Old Increases 1.6 years
Age groups that seemed to lose ground in the 1999-2001 data period now look sturdier.
Wichmann to Take Over as UnitedHealth CEO
Stephen Hemsley is set to become the company's executive chairman on Sept. 1.
3 Weird Ways an ACA Subsidy Cut Could Help You
CBO analysts say axing cost-sharing reduction payments could create hard-to-find health plan bargains.
Brighthouse Continues Push Toward Fee-Based Annuities
Symetra, Pacific Life, Nationwide and Allianz have contributed to the same stream.
New HealthCare.gov Flexibility Could Ease 2018 Pain: Exec
Softheon is hoping a new web broker access option will speed up the signup process.
ACA Risk-Adjustment Program Chokes Remaining ACA CO-OPs
Evergreen Health appears to be dead. Minuteman Health may still have a shot at an after life.
9 New Annuity Issuer Earnings Highlights
Insurers report that, overall, in spite of all the consternation, the market looks fine.