A Mark Farrah Associates report gives a sense of health insurer profitability for 2020.
A study in the Journal of Health Economics finds that consumers will pay a fair amount more to be in a broad network health plan.
A WillisTowersWatson report outlines expectations for global medical cost trends in 2020.
A brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Peterson Foundation tracks the increase in consumer cost-sharing for health care coverage.
The Kaiser Family Foundation publishes a very misleading analysis of private insurer “profitability”.
An Employee Benefit Research Institute report discusses self-funding trends.
A brief from the Manhattan Institute gives a little more accurate information about the private health insurance industry than the usual garbage coming from certain presidential candidates.
PWC releases its annual report on what employers can expect in the way of medical cost growth for the coming year.
The most recent report from Mark Farrah Associates gives enrollment in various kinds of commercial health coverage as of year-end 2018.
A Health Affairs study finds that greater hospital concentration is associated with higher insurance premiums on the ACA marketplaces.
A brief from Sherlock Company discusses health plan economies of scale.
Here are some findings from a recent work on medical cost trends from Buck Consultants.
Medicare for All is an absurd idea as postulated by its proponents and perpetuates the ever-increasing government role in health care that has caused our current cost and access problems and has worked so well overseas.
A study in Health Affairs using Health Care Cost Institute data explores ten years of employer-sponsored health plan spending and utilization data.