America’s breakthrough single-payer health care system for the elderly has plenty to celebrate at 50.
A new “Surgeon Scorecard” helps consumers pick a surgeon based on their past performance.
Health insurers tap “big data” to uncover cost savings. But is there a risk to patient privacy?
New York specialty insurer blames Obamacare for limiting profits on its health insurance products.
Starbucks springs for employee college tuition now that Obamacare takes care of their health insurance.
A new study shows the widespread impact of health reform on individual policy growth.
One Florida restaurant chain has added a 1 percent “Obamacare surcharge” to diners’ tabs.
Figuring out if you’ve saved enough to pay for health care is one of the retirement planning challenges, and the uncertainty about how health care reform will affect Medicare and other insurance plans doesn’t make things any easier. Lots of people object to health care reform, but Medicare, which incorporates many of the same principals,
Now the delicate courting dance begins between the Obama administration and health insurance companies like Aetna, Cigna, WellPoint and UnitedHealth Group who fought like trapped ferrets to avoid being dragged to the “Obamacare” prom. The foot-dragging is understandable: These are the same health insurance companies that Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been beating about the