Big Data Sharing and Predictive Modeling: 5 Things for Regulators to Consider
The new analytical tools are giving insurance regulators something to think about.
Iowa Insurtech Startup School Offers $40,000 in Seed Money
The Des Moines-based program is open to both life and non-life companies.
5 Important New Insurance Executive Changes
The list of companies making moves includes Symetra and New York Life.
The Real Reason Walmart Raised Its Minimum Wage
If Walmart is increasing hourly wages, maybe that says something about the labor market.
SEC's In-House Judges Draw Scrutiny From U.S. Supreme Court
The case could affect administrative judges at the Social Security Administration as well as at the SEC.
Connecticut OKs 69% Penn Treaty Unit LTCI Rate Hike
Regulators have said Penn Treaty and American Network's results could justify a 635% increase.
5 Employee Benefits You Might Not Have Heard Of
One implication: You could sell these. Another: Insurers may have to fight harder for workers' attention.
Centene's Narrow Approach to ACA Exchange Plan Networks Targeted by Lawsuit
Enrollees found that even many doctors listened in Centene's directory failed to take its coverage.
The Economy Tamed Health Costs; That's Ending
Remember rampant health care inflation? Maybe it's still there. Waiting.
Trump Clears Path for States to Require Employment for Medicaid
Requirements could apply only to able-bodied adults who were not frail, pregnant or addicted.