By Emily Bazar It may soon become harder to enroll in Covered California health plans outside the regular open-enrollment period. Covered California, the state health insurance exchange, wants to tighten the rules for special-enrollment periods […]
By David Gorn Three proposed health insurance mergers are drawing the skeptical eye of a key California regulator, who fears too much consolidation in the industry could weaken competition and result in higher premiums for […]
By Anna Gorman Even on her worst days, Tracy Young goes to her appointments at the San Fernando Mental Health Center. The counseling and medication, she says, keep her depression and schizophrenia at bay. “I […]
HEALTHCARE Study Looks At the Effectiveness of Health Policies The Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) released six policy briefs that look at how national and state policies affect health care costs and utilization. Researchers looked […]
HEALTHCARE How Health Coverage Differs Between Small and Large Firms Small and large employers vary substantially in health insurance offer rates and costs, according to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Small employers are […]
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