The Trump administration released a proposed rule that would require health insurers to spell out all services beforehand so patients know how much they may owe for their out-of-pocket costs.
Colorado, like a number of states, is struggling to deal with returned mail sent out by its Medicaid, SNAP and other aid programs. Now people could lose benefits after just a single piece of returned mail.
Employers are now are offering more traditional plans alongside or instead of the plans with sky-high deductibles that may have been the only option in the past.
Dentistry in the U.S. can get expensive, even with good insurance. So more people are taking a trip to beautiful Costa Rica to cut the dentistry bill — and perhaps get a tan.
Without the ACA’s expansion, adults who aren’t 65 or older or disabled don’t qualify for Medicaid, no matter how low their income.
Before paying a deposit for any cruise, take time to read beyond the company’s marketing material to study the quality of their medical accommodations.
A novel twist on medical tourism to avoid the high cost of U.S. health care saves an employer money and even earns the patient a bonus.
More than 400,000 U.S. workers have retired in foreign countries and their ranks are rising. But Medicare doesn’t cover most expenses overseas, so these expats will need to confront the cost of finding alternative insurance.
At least a quarter of a million Medicare beneficiaries may receive bills for as many as five months of premiums they thought they already paid.
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