Ohio House Bill 469 protects patients from insurance copay accumulators that block copay assistance, or blindside patients with higher out-of-pocket costs.
Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Chip Roy have introduced legislation to strengthen HSAs and expand Health Savings Accounts to every patient in America.
Insurance companies are forcing patients to get prescriptions by mail. Here’s why that can harm your health.
Patients are sharing horror stories of being forced by insurance companies and pharmacy benefit managers to get their prescriptions delivered by mail.
Hospitals have filed a lawsuit to stop the Trump administration plan to require honest health care pricing and help patients with high medical bills.
A new report by MassBio, which represents more than 1,200 life sciences companies and organizations, analyzes the next decade of innovation, access, value and reimbursements within health care.
Insurance companies would no longer be allowed to unilaterally force patients to fail first on cheaper & less effective treatments under the Safe Step Act.
These doctors cut out insurance companies to treat patients directly. Now, Congress wants to stop them.
The powerful insurance industry is lobbying Congress to pass HR 3708 to punish patients and doctors that escape the grasp of expensive health insurance.
Patient assistance programs give away more money than the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation – more than $5.7 billion to help patients access life-saving care.
Here’s the first thing every patient should check before picking a health insurance plan during open enrollment: Does the plan have a copay accumulator?
Here’s what every patient should look for during open enrollment to protect themselves from insurance companies and pharmacy benefit managers.
Massachusetts lawmakers are considering reforms to step therapy, an insurance practice that forces patients to fail first to boost insurance profits.
Patients are disappointed by HR 3 — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s long-awaited government price negotiation plan, which fails to address sky-high out of pocket health care costs.