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Consolidation in the health insurance industry is "potentially dangerous" for the hospital business, Mount Sinai Health System's CEO said Thursday.
Some think it is unlikely that a round of consolidation in the health insurance industry will push prices higher for consumers.
Americans place controlling drug costs at the top of their health-related concerns.
Most HealthCare.gov states are not expected to act quickly enough to maintain Obamacare subsidies if the Supreme Court ends them.
Rates, if approved, would rise average of 12 percent in many major cities, and more for the most popular plans.
The ACA has cut uninsured rates to historic lows, but many Americans still can’t afford health coverage, The Fiscal Times reports.
U.S. hospitals are marking up costs to charge you more for treatments than they should, according to NBC News.
The Supreme Court is weighing ending financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers in 34 states.
Hospitals are increasingly tracking and using their own online doctor rating systems to improve patient satisfaction.
A major Texas health insurer is feeling "blue" from some steep losses and now wants sharply higher prices for Obamacare plans next year.
The figures are in: HealthCare.gov has about 6.4 million paying customers who are at risk of losing subsidies in a pending Supreme Court case.
Many of the proposed rate increases of 10 percent or more for Obamacare health insurance plans have been revealed.
Proposals to deal with a potential Supreme Court ruling could merely delay serious disruption to the insurance market.
Texas is forgoing about $100 billion in federal funds by not expanding a major health program for the poor.
Congressional Republicans have yet to act on plans to deal with the potential loss of subsidies for HealthCare.gov customers.
Fewer than 250,000 people signed up for a special tax season enrollment period for Obamacare exchanges despite rising fines.
Barry Stowe, CEO for Asia at Prudential, says the insurer focuses on businesses that are less interest rate sensitive so as to mitigate macro economic risks.
Several new studies reveal that people's knowledge of health insurance and its costs remains low, which can lead to higher costs.
California's Obamacare exchange has lowered enrollment expectations, and Hawaii's exchange could shut down.
A controversial recommendation calls for women in their 40s with average risk of breast cancer to go without annual mammograms.
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