Why is it called the Affordable Care Act? Consider a few supermarket price comparisons to the cost of health care.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports insurance fraud rose 27 percent nationwide from 2010 through 2012.
As health reform’s state exchanges prepare to open this fall, opportunists seek to profit at the program’s expense.
A first-ever glimpse at health care billing shows hospitals charge wildly different prices for the same procedure.
While a new poll says 4 in 10 Americans are still confused about health care reform, time may help solve the problem.
Property insurers are flush with cash, despite Superstorm Sandy and an anemic investment environment.
Will health care costs resume their steep rise as the economy recovers, or will health care reform keep costs in check?
Insurance for sporting events will likely be affected by the Boston Marathon bombings, according to a major risk modeling firm.
New mobile apps and integrated remote health coaching/monitoring can save you money and improve your health. But will your privacy be protected?
Forecasters predict an unusually active U.S. hurricane season, especially along the East Coast.