When immigrants give birth in a US state that limits postpartum public insurance eligibility based on their immigration status, they are less likely to receive medical care following childbirth, a study published July 18 in JAMA shows.
CalPERS health insurance policyholders will likely see their premiums grow by more than 11% on average next year, according to preliminary prices that the board of the nation’s largest pension will consider at its meeting next week in Monterey.
As errors and privacy breaches involving the linkage of My Number and health insurance cards continue to surface, public opposition is growing over the government’s decision to halt the use of current health insurance cards in the fall of 2024.
We often have clients ask us when the best time to do their estate plan is and the answer is usually, right now! This is especially true for people turning 18 years old, people who don’t have a plan, and
Health insurance behemoth UnitedHealth Group (UNH) agreed to buy home health and hospice caregiver Amedisys (AMED) for $3.3 billion in an all-cash deal that will expand UnitedHealth’s home healthcare business.
- UnitedHealth Group has agreed to buy Amedisys, a
Tired of getting some form in the mail from Washington
“I will not give them one cent!” 45-year-old teacher Jacque Abron said about resuming her student loan repayments when the COVID-19 pandemic-era pause comes to an end. “The illegal lending scam is over and I’m fighting until we see bankruptcy
States that participated in the Medicaid expansion provision of the Affordable Care Act, raising the income level to be eligible for Medicaid up to 138% of the federal poverty level, improved several measures of heart disease care for
Like many people, I’m trying to convince my health insurance company to pay for something for which they don’t want to fork over cash. I don’t completely blame Cigna; the bill sent by the provider is outrageous. Then again, as
The Biden administration is calling on state officials to slow down reviews of their Medicaid programs that have already reduced enrollment by more than 1 million nationwide and will likely reduce it by several million more in the months to