Lawyers Say Fed Regulators Will Scrutinize Aetna-CVS Deal
Dealmakers tend to view the DOJ antitrust reviewers as more political than the FTC reviewers.
U.S. Premature Death Impact Climbs for Third Straight Year
Death rates from both cardiovascular disease and occupational fatalities rose.
Consolidation Is No Panacea for Hospitals' Many Woes
When the hospital companies get bigger, the insurers may also get bigger.
Shutdown Risk Spikes as Congress Faces Another December Deadline
Getting Susan Collins and Mark Walker to vote for the same bill could take work.
3 Things to Know About Contact Lens Benefits
Before employees can get the big picture, they need to be able to see the picture.
Hospital Distress to Grow If Congress Closes Door to Muni Market
Health insurance provisions aren’t the only parts of the tax bill could make smaller providers go away.
Kids' Health Insurance Gets Help From Stopgap Spending Measure
Some states already sent out letters warning families that coverage could be disrupted.
Nevada to Move Its ACA Exchange to a Private Platform
Nevada Health Link managers expect a private exchange to be cheaper than HealthCare.gov.
Marc-André Giguère to Lead Munich Re's U.S. Operations
Giguère has been an executive president for U.S. life reinsurance and head of the health unit.
The Agent's Health Spending Data Survival Kit
Here are copyright-free numbers that may help you explain why everything costs what it costs.