Uncertainty reigns as Affordable Care Act begins two years of taking hold. This article is also in our Jan. 9 print edition.
The insurance industry is warning a new tax in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will cost consumers thousands in rising premiums.
The Obama administration has released new regulations that would make it illegal for insurance companies to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions.
Most small businesses either incorrectly believe or aren’t sure whether they must provide health insurance to employees in 2014, a recent survey shows.
Health care costs and the economy are the top factors affecting both employers' business decisions and their vote in the upcoming presidential election.
If you offer health savings accounts, chances are baby boomers will be familiar with key basics before they approach the credit union.
According to a new study by the Urban Institute, small and large businesses could benefit from health reform but mid-size companies will see a jump in health care costs.
Two-thirds of baby boomers who are within 10 years of retirement say that rising health care costs have greatest effect on outlook.
From asking employees to pay a greater portion of premiums to offering incentives for healthy lifestyles, some of the country’s largest employers are using a number of cost control measures to counter the expected rise in health care benefits in 2013.
Washington credit union offers refinancing program to healthcare professionals burdened with student loan debt.