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Independent firm to review CareFirst rate request

Maryland's largest health insurer ... Typically the insurance administration uses in-house actuaries to review rate requests. The review process also includes a public hearing. Insurance companies don ... read more

Feds fire warning shot to health insurers

Health insurance companies trying to bump up rates by more than 10 percent will have to answer to federal regulators, according to a new plan announced by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen ... read more

House Democrats announce health-care bill

HOYER: Don't tell ... need health care reform. As Dan said, they need it now. The Affordable Health Care for America Act allows small businesses to participate in health insurance exchanges, giving th... read more

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Medicaid For All Or Business As Usual?

We introduce the history and little known facts about Medicaid, including a 20-year mega-shift towards Medicaid away from private employer health insurance ... services and reimbursement rates. Althou... read more


KHN Morning Briefing

Like W-2s for health care, they're for people who got health insurance tax credits provided under the law. (Alonso-Zaldivar, 1/12) Kaiser Health News: Insuring Your Health ... predicted doom for Repub... read more

Obamacare enrollment in Maryland fall just below last year's numbers

A total of 153,571 people enrolled in private health plans, according to figures released Thursday by the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, which administers the state-based insurance marketplace ... ... read more

Fall is the time to prepare your home for winter

"A lot of people buy an umbrella when it starts to rain; they don't have one already. We see that same mentality ... Make sure water can run freely through the gutters and leaders, and away from your ... read more

Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us

Of the total $2.8 trillion that will be spent on health care, about $800 billion will be paid by the federal government through the Medicare insurance ... rates at all, they maintain that they are jus... read more

The Sickness of American Healthcare

The ACA cut the rate of the uninsured to an all-time low, and limited the health insurance industry’s most ... made clear in the Kaiser focus groups: They spoke anxiously about rising premiums, deduct... read more

There's No Such Thing as Free Health Care

Canada and England don't pay the price because they freeload off American innovation. If America adopted their systems, we could worry less about paying for health care, but we'd get 2009-level care—f... read more

How much retirement savings do you really need?

So, how much do you really need to save? Well, this article from NPR breaks down some of the facts and figures, so that people have a better plan and idea of how much they need to put aside. One of th... read more

The Massachusetts plan is working -- but the American health-care system is not

The challenge is the cost issue, which they did not tackle in the initial reform." Before the reforms, Massachusetts had the highest health-care ... he's making the insurance industry an issue in the ... read more



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