Many employees can expect a raise in 2018 -- but the pay increase will be about the same as the one for 2017, says a Willis Towers Watson survey.
A new poll shows many Americans believe they will be impacted by problems with the ACA, even if they obtain insurance through their employer -- and they expect the GOP to fix it, a Kaiser Family Foundation survey reveals.
But many health plans are not maximizing their potential by proactively marketing their offerings to consumers – and most are falling short when it comes to successfully addressing provider integration and access to care for their members.
The current political environment in Washington, D.C. has caused “new uncertainty” in the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, prompting some insurers to factor this into their double-digit premium increases on exchange plans for the coming year, according to a report released today by the Kaiser Foundation.
Money isn’t the only thing that can make a worker stay — and it’s not even at the top of the list for many employees.
Visually impaired recipients of Medicare and Medicaid aren't getting materials from the government in accessible formats, an advocacy group says.
Employers are shifting their focus from traditional cost control methods.
When it comes to health care, not all states are created equal.
The prevalence of longer-term dispensing of opioids has dropped considerably in a number of states that have implemented policies and initiatives to combat the opioid epidemic, according to a new study by the Workers Compensation Research Institute.
Medicaid recipients are more satisfied with their coverage than individuals who are enrolled in commercial health plans, according to the J.D. Power 2017 Managed Medicaid Special Report.
In its failure to repeal Obamacare this fall, Congress should have learned a simple lesson: Americans want the government to see that everyone has health insurance.