Tag Archives: deductible

CareMetx, LLC’s OutcomeRx Launches a Reinsurance Product for Cell and Gene Therapies

OutcomeRx focuses on engaging with biotech companies to think through, structure, and manage value-based agreements

Aetna Responds to Employers Shifting Attitude On High-Deductible Health Plans

Aetna’s new designs, called Upfront Advantage and Flexible Five, offer members coverage for some preventive services before they meet deductibles

Thoughtfully Addressing U.S. Healthcare Trends

As costs for health insurance continue to increase, it is time to identify and address the root causes and rethink the model of delivering health insurance

Health Benefits/Pricing Implosion

Health Benefits/Pricing Implosion – The announcement by the Obama administration that it would begin rating health insurance plans based on how many doctors and hospitals they include in their networks along with the announcement the ACA will now (2017) allow the individual deductible to increase to $7150 and $14,300 for family coverage will contribute to a pricing/benefit […]

Tier 2 is Dead! Consumerism is having an effect on sales.

It’s not just Health Care Reform that is turning the world of health care upside down. The cost shift to both the employee/consumer is dramatic and having an effect on sales.  The old paradigm of success being defined as having Tier 2 access is no longer valid. The out of pocket burden for the employee/consumer […]