The key word is “may.” There is no requirement for a health plan to implement these exceptions … and if they do, premiums are likely to increase. IR-2019-129, July 17, 2019 WASHINGTON […]
To understand prescription drug rebates and the use of PBMs, we must ask a basic question. Within the debate about drug rebates, deductibles, etc. here is the question. What portion of health […]
So, how about your health insurance premium dollars going to administrative costs? Get past the rhetoric.
In most cases it simply is not accurate that a large chunk of what you pay in premiums or payroll deductions goes to insurance company profit or overhead. First, because it’s not […]
I find this very disturbing in several ways. First, that people believe it. Second that a US Senator embraces such rhetoric. Any insurance company that had a policy of denying legitimate claim […]
In an effort to better manage health care spending pending legislation adds more administrative costs and record keeping requirements. Health insurance companies are typically the targets for creating administrative costs which increase […]