Defying predictions, ObamaCare insurers see boom times ahead
Health insurers are finding success in ObamaCare this year and are planning to expand their offerings in many states, defying expert’s predictions.
Sky-High Deductibles Broke the U.S. Health Insurance System
When Carla Jordan and her husband were hit with a cascade of serious medical issues, she knew that at least her family had health insurance through her job.
G.E. Is to Spin Off Health Care Division in Bid to Streamline
New York Times
General Electric said on Tuesday that it planned to spin off its enormous health care business and sell its multibillion-dollar stake in Baker Hughes, a major producer of oil field equipment, as part of a sweeping reshaping of the embattled industrial titan.
Medicare Allows More Benefits for Chronically Ill, Aiming to Improve Care for Millions
New York Times
Congress and the Trump administration are revamping Medicare to provide extra benefits to people with multiple chronic illnesses, a significant departure from the program’s traditional focus that aims to create a new model of care for millions of older Americans.
Let’s make telemedicine available to all
With all of the partisan debate over health-care reform in Washington, D.C., it was easy to overlook an important bipartisan achievement that could benefit millions of patients.
BlueCross BlueShield remains Buffalo’s top health insurer
Bufffalo Business First (subscription required)
BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York is once again the top health insurer in the Buffalo area.