So much for controlling medical costs.
MetLife, Inc.'s decision to divest a large piece of its U.S. life insurance unit is the latest fallout from stricter rules imposed on large financial firms following the 2008 financial crisis.
Discover why some Medicare beneficiaries are going to experience huge cost increases in 2016 while others won't, and learn what you should do about it.
The U.S. government signed up 8.2 million people for health insurance through the HealthCare.gov website, including 2.1 million people from the insurers' most sought-after demographic - those aged under 35, the top health official said on Tuesday.
The average price of healthcare premiums under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, will rise by an average of 12.56% nationally in 2016, according to new data released this week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
More and more of us are opting to work for ourselves than someone else – and we’re becoming far less productive in the process.
Rising health care costs and a volatile stock market are pushing more Americans to make financial resolutions next year.
Are insurance concerns not high on your holiday list? You could be wasting money by not reviewing your insurance usage before the holiday madness starts in earnest.
The Affordable Care Act is in danger of becoming anything but affordable.
Enrollment numbers have fallen significantly short of predictions. Learn why fewer people are enrolling than expected.
American International Group Inc. swung to loss in the third quarter, falling short of Wall Street expectations as the giant insurer faces calls from shareholders Carl Icahn and John Paulson to break up.
Health insurer Aetna's proposed acquisition of smaller rival Humana Inc was approved by the shareholders of both companies.
A full 32.3 million non-elderly people do not have health insurance despite the costly health reform act and the individual mandate tax penalty, new analysis shows. Of that, nearly half are still not getting health insurance through the Affordable Care Act or Medicaid.
Army Sergeant Lisa Marie Wiley lost her leg in Afghanistan and now with the help of The Girls’ Lounge, she’s trying to pave the way for female amputees.
Next year, thanks to a perfect storm of circumstances, some retirees could see their Medicare Part “B” premiums go up by more than 50% while 70% of retirees see no premium increase at all.
Open Enrollment is here! The time of year to review your healthcare plan. While the process may seem daunting you don't want to skimp on a review....
Medicare’s annual open enrollment period begins on October 15th and ends December 7th. With 10,000 baby boomers aging into Medicare daily now is the time to review your coverage and make changes if needed based on your ongoing health needs.
People avoid going to the doctor for many reasons, but cost is a huge deterrent. According to a 2014 report from the Kaiser Family Foundation, 26% of women and 20% of men delayed or went without health care because of the cost.
68,000 new medical codes are coming which may do more harm than good for doctors and patients alike.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton unveiled a plan on Wednesday to lower out-of-pocket health costs, including expanded coverage of sick visits to the doctor and tax credits for those with substantial medical bills.