A report shows that there is considerable fluctuation in small group insurance premiums year-to-year and that since 2000, double-digit premium increases in the small group market have been common.
September 17, 2014
A report details the latest National Association of Insurance Commissioners data on utilization of health care services by the commercially insured.
September 16, 2014
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A brief finds that people living in mostly rural states have access to fewer insurance plans, and face higher average monthly premium costs compared to the rest of the country.
A report looks at the economic impact on states that did not expand Medicaid including foregoing federal dollars and hospital reimbursement funding.