4 February 2023
Patients Find Cash Prices for Medical Procedures
People in general know how to shop, and they are just learning how to shop in the medical marketplace.
One in 10 employers to drop health coverage
President and founder of the National Center for Policy Analysis
Around one in 10 employers in the U.S. plans to drop health coverage for workers in the next few years as the bulk of the federal health-care law begins, and more indicated they may do so over time, according to a study to be released Tuesday by consulting company Deloitte.
A revolution is stirring in health benefits
Health exchanges are coming to Texas, whether Gov. Rick Perry approves or not.
High-deductible plans on the rise
Savings account option often employers’ only offering as they cut premium costs
The Questionable Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease
Such was the conclusion of a big study published in March in the journal Annals of...
Safety Net Hospitals Already Seeing More Paying Patients
One of the biggest beneficiaries of the health law’s expansion of coverage to more than...
When a federal appeals court ruled last month that a seemingly arcane wording flaw in the...
Obama Administration Says 7.3 Million Paid Premiums
The Obama administration said Thursday that 7.3 million people who picked health plans...
Enrollment for 2015 Obamacare Surpasses
More than 9.5 million people have signed up for 2015 individual health insurance on the...
Cut America’s High Health Care Costs
By creating more competitive markets for health insurance exchanges, Medicare Part C and...
How to Stretch Your Health-Care Dollars
A new year is here, and with it new opportunities to rein in a major slice of the...
New Science Helps a Paralyzed Man Move
Every morning for 2½ years, Calven Goza tried to move his legs, hoping against hope and...
Benefits and Side Effects of Affordable Care Act
Internist Douglas Olson has seen firsthand the impact—and the side effects—of the...
Is Long-Term-Care Insurance for You?
According to researchers at Georgetown University and Pennsylvania State University,...
HealthCare.gov Holds Up Amid Enrollment Surge
Consumers rushed to meet a Monday deadline for picking or changing Affordable Care Act...
Health Insurers Brace for Last-Minute Rush
With only days to go before the deadline for consumers to choose next year’s health-law...
California needs Republicans' fiscal prudence, but the election shows there's no political...
These Apps Can Finally Get You to Save Money 2015-06-23 Nothing in the history of money...
McDonald’s Lands in a Real-Estate Dilemma 2015-08-25 As McDonald’s approaches the third...
Twitter Breaks Its IPO Price 2015-08-21 So much for that brief Twitter Inc. rally....
'We Kill Germs at Our Peril'
‘Missing Microbes’: How Antibiotics Can Do Harm
We’re fighting fat, but odds are long
Bigger food portions and less physical activity have contributed to the worsening obesity...
Small Firms Face Big Changes
Businesses with fewer than 50 workers are exempt from the most stringent requirements for...
Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Falls
Federal researchers reported on Tuesday that the number of Americans without health...
Obama Names Ron Klain as Ebola 'Czar'
President Obama tapped veteran government insider Ron Klain to coordinate his...
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