Would you rather pay $330 for your monthly prescription, or $15? In some cities, the choice is entirely yours.
This reader went to the doctor to have a single tick removed, and now it’s the $750 bill that’s under her skin. Is there any way she can get it reduced?
In a blow to the ACA, UnitedHealth lowered profit expectations, blaming deterioration of its individual insurance plans offered through the government-run exchanges.
The percentage of uninsured Americans has dropped, but customer satisfaction with the health insurance industry has also fallen to its lowest level in a decade. What is going on?
It’s tempting to simply hit the “renew” button on company insurance and other benefits. But it’s worth the time and money to go through these steps.
So-called “concierge” medicine — where patients pay doctors directly rather than using insurance — is growing. Find out why.
Employees are contributing an average of nearly $5,000 annually to their health care costs. Find out where expenses are headed in 2016.