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.
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.
More baby boomers look forward to aging in place — in their homes, rather than in a care facility. But the costs of retrofitting a house is likely prohibitive for many Americans.
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.
Ride-sharing companies promise better service for enrollees and lower costs for states. But the services are not for everyone on Medicaid.
A pricing tool embedded in their electronic health record and prescribing system lets doctors see how much patients will pay out-of-pocket based on their insurance and the pharmacy. But doctors have been slow to adopt the technology, which has limitations.
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