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Many returning Obamacare customers will be able to find plans costing them less than $100, or even $75 per month.
The number of preferred provider organization health plans will fall sharply, by more than 40 percent.
Existing Obamacare customers who switched plans for 2015 saved an average of almost $400 per year in premiums.
Here's what should be done to provide Americans with care that's both affordable and high quality, says Steve Odland.
Insurance plans can reduce costs by giving patients cash if they choose less-expensive health providers.
Open enrollment season for retirees is under way and shopping around for a new Medicare Part D or Medicare Advantage plan for 2016 could save you a lot of money. Here’s what you need to know.
The cost of health coverage is cited as a main reason why uninsured people don't buy insurance plans.
Americans will have to face a bigger federal penalty fee for having no health insurance of up to $695 next year.
Shareholders will get their say on two big deals: Aetna's $37B bid for Humana, and Centene's $6.3B bid for Health Net.
Ten million people are projected to have coverage from government health exchanges by the end of 2016, a modest increase.
A strong majority say the Affordable Care Act will play an important role in their vote.
There was a drop in the number of patients seen by doctors, who still had increased payments.
Many companies at risk of the tax on high-cost health plans intend to avoid the levy.
Doctors outside of insurance plan networks charge several times what Medicare would pay.
Most companies now offer health coverage that requires employees to pay an annual deductible before insurance kicks in, and the size of that deductible has soared in the past decade, a study finds.
Bankers Life recently ranked 60 U.S. metro areas in order of health and affordability for retirees. A look at the top 10 cities.
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