HealthCare.gov Volume Flattens Out
Renewal business slowed, but more newcomers picked 2018 plans.
Former Health Insurer General Counsel Gets 6 Months in Prison
The lawyer originally faced a 5-year sentence in connection with Medicaid plan behavioral health expenditure reports.
Florida Insurance Chief Altmaier Pushes Patient Billing Change
The new proposal could affect all types of emergency transportation providers.
Irma Forces NAIFA to Cancel Annual Conference
The advisor group says it will reschedule its annual business meeting at a later date.
New Florida Law Affects Life Policyholders Who Want to Change Policies
The new law, based on HB 1077, includes amendments backed by the Life Insurance Settlement Association.
5 Top ACA Exchange States’ Early 2018 Plan Menus
For issuers of individual major medical coverage, the lack of information about the 2018 market creates a cost-forecasting nightmare.
A Victory for Florida Life Insurance Consumers
A new notice might advise consumers considering policy changes to seek professional advice.
Florida works out LTCI rate agreement
Insurers say they will phase in increases over three years, then hold steady for seven years.
ACA subsidy may pay half of individual health premiums
The Kaiser Foundation says insurers could get about $33 billion in 2016 premium tax credit cash.
Insurer expands hepatitis cure coverage to settle nationwide class action
The deal could affect about 5,000 UnitedHealth enrollees.