Big Hospitals Bully Private Insurers: Medicare Watchdog
Mark Miller says contracting changes have narrowed the private plan spending gap.
Insurers Mount Pressure as US House, HHS Try to Resolve ACA Case
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is backing the health insurers' plea for cost-sharing reduction program funding.
Transamerica Parent Makes US Deal
Wilton Re has agreed to take closed blocks of life business and structured settlement annuities.
U.K. Tories Divided Over Plans to Make Elderly Pay More for Care
The Conservative Party may cancel a promise to cap individuals' spending on long-term care at 72,000 pounds.
Jim Maxson to Lead Life Settlement Group
Maxon is a lawyer with expertise in the capital markets.
Health Agents Fight Single-Payer Storm With Tornado
NAHU hopes a new infographic will help rally opposition against state and federal efforts to set up single-payer health care systems.
NAFA Presses DOL to Use Procedures Law to Delay Fiduciary Rule
An Administrative Procedures Act provision allowing delay of a rule during a court challenge seems to be the administration's best hope, the annuity group says.
Former Life Group Head Could Be Next FBI Director
At the American Council of Life Insurers, Frank Keating helped shape Dodd-Frank, and annuity marketing rules.
Senate Committee Approves Medicare Bill 26-0
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Ron Wyden say they used the bill drafting process to promote bipartisanship.
Trump Signs Resolution Abolishing State Run Auto-IRAs
H.J.Res 66 stops states from establishing retirement accounts for private sector workers who don’t have retirement plans at work.