Health insurance confusing you? Watch this cartoon video

More than four in 10 uninsured people don’t understand basic health insurance terms, according to a newly released Kaiser Family Foundation survey. In the survey of 1,292 U.S. adults, more than 40 percent of uninsured people could not correctly define such terms as “premium,” “deductible” and “provider network.” When given a plan’s cost-sharing requirements, 61 percent of uninsured people … Continue reading Health insurance confusing you? Watch this cartoon video

Walgreens clinic deal highlights need for new health care delivery methods

There’s a new imperative to deliver health care in the right place at the right time, and at the right price. The recently reported collaboration between Baylor Scott & White Health’s (BSWH) primary physician group, HealthTexas Provider Network (HealthTexas) and Walgreens offers a new entry point to quality health care. In this agreement, Walgreens in-store clinics (Healthcare Clinic) will … Continue reading Walgreens clinic deal highlights need for new health care delivery methods

Businesses, Not the Government, Still Steer Health Care Innovation

During World War II, federally imposed controls prohibited employers from raising wages to attract workers, but the War Labor Board at that time decided that “fringe” benefits, such as health insurance, didn’t count as wages. And that was the rise of employer-sponsored health insurance as we know it today—a way for companies to differentiate themselves … Continue reading Businesses, Not the Government, Still Steer Health Care Innovation