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"I know you’re a Muslim and I will do my best to treat you right," Wali Omarkheil's manager allegedly told him during their first meeting.
Carrie Ann Lucas “died after an arbitrary denial from an insurance company caused a plethora of health problems,” her obituary states.
A family's ongoing battle with UnitedHealth shows how insurance companies are failing children with psychiatric disorders.
And some of the other biggest LGBTQ wellness stories of the week.
Doctors and patients complain that prior authorization and other insurance requirements slow access to needed medication
In this rapidly changing business, one area of concern among some industry observers is drug reimbursement. To fathom the
UnitedHealth Group's decision underscores challenges facing the Affordable Care Act marketplaces.
UnitedHealth Group is losing money, which is bad news for Obamacare.
If regulators approve the recently announced mega-deals in which Aetna, Inc. would buy Humana Inc. and Anthem Inc. would buy Cigna Corp., will consumers benefit? Or will the winners be limited primarily to the executives and shareholders of the companies involved?
The health insurance industry took advantage of Washington's infamous revolving door last week when it named former Rep. Allyson Schwartz of Pennsylvania, perceived by many to be a liberal Democrat, as the face of its latest K Street-operated front group.
Health insurance premiums tend to be lower in markets where multiple plans compete than in locales where one or two companies
What Boeing is doing represents a seismic shift in health care financing and delivery that potentially will have more far-reaching effects than Obamacare, primarily because it is coming from the private sector, not the government.
While more than 120 insurance companies are offering coverage through the exchanges, the problem of poor competition isn't
Ads supposedly sponsored by the Coalition for Medicare Choices started appearing last week warning that seniors will face higher costs, fewer benefits and a loss of provider choice if Congress and the administration don't take action.
In a major shift, the administration has assigned a private company as the "general contractor" overseeing the federal health
"It's a lot easier for groups like this to sit on the sidelines and throw stones than to talk about the 4 million meals that