- Gregory A. Freeman, July 5, 2017
The potential for further healthcare reform is only one aspect of the fast-changing landscape for health plans. Insurers are also facing significant upgrades in technology and human resources.
- Gregory A. Freeman, June 21, 2017
The future looks grim for health plans unless substantial changes are made in their favor to the Affordable Care Act, says one healthcare economist. That outcome doesn't look at all certain, though.
- Gregory A. Freeman, June 14, 2017
Even if required benefits are trimmed in the next version of the American Health Care Act, the employer market is not likely to react soon. Employers do need to brace for more price sensitivity, however.
- John Commins, June 2, 2017
A study finds "massive disparities" and markups that average 340% more than what Medicare pays for a range of emergency medical services. But emergency physicians say the findings are based upon a flawed interpretation of Medicare data and don't tell the whole story....