The latest news on insurance
After Quebec mandated IVF coverage, study found change in patient demographics
Washington state study found a nearly tripled risk, with younger adults most vulnerable
Officials promise an Oct. 1 launch for health insurance exchanges, but wait to educate consumers.
Obese adults embrace walking program to avoid hike in insurance premiums, study finds
Here are some of the common misconceptions of the often ignored—and often misunderstood—life saver that is renter’s insurance.
Yet no clear evidence the program improves diabetes, high-blood pressure, other ills, at least in early years of enrollment
Even if patients lack insurance to cover costs, prosthetic makers' coalition vows to help them walk again
But coverage declines have begun to level off, thanks to gains among younger adults
Phone time to get insurance authorization adds up to a million hours a year for psychiatrists nationwide
Diagnosis-related claims -- not surgical or medication errors -- are the most costly of all, researcher says