Topic: Industry Trends

    2018 healthcare resolutions for Republicans
    By Alex Tolbert on December 27, 2017

    Looking ahead to 2018 When it comes to healthcare, the events of 2017 were probably not what many Republicans hoped for. ...

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    Sanders' single-payer versus Kaine's public option
    By Alex Tolbert on November 15, 2017

    With Democrats leaning left on healthcare, which proposal will win the party? Two Democratic senators have proposed different...

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    If cost-sharing subsidies are cut, will I be affected?
    By Emily Kubis on October 27, 2017

      Understanding the impact on consumers President Trump’s executive order to cut “cost-sharing reduction” payments to insurers created a lot of...

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    New Obamacare repeal bill returns power to states, but will it pass?
    By Alex Tolbert on August 25, 2017

    Amendment wouldn't necessarily benefit each state equally After a summer of debating healthcare, Senate Republicans have yet...

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    Healthcare and Workforce Experts: Reduce Costs With Consumerism
    By Emily Kubis on August 24, 2017

    "You have to bridge the communication gap and make this as easy as possible.” Benefits brokerage Bernard Health hosted its 7th...

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    Is Obamacare repeal over? Three possible outcomes
    By Alex Tolbert on August 18, 2017

    What consumers might expect  It has been a dramatic summer for health care policy, and though Senate Republicans’ effort to repeal...

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    Losing Farm Bureau health coverage? 
What Nashville consumers should know
    By Alex Tolbert on July 31, 2017

    Four things to know If you’re a Nashville consumer who recently received a term letter from Farm Bureau Health Plans, you may be concerned about...

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    With the Senate health reform bill dead, now what?
    By Emily Kubis on July 21, 2017

      Repeal remains uncertain With Senate Republicans’ bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act off the table, many consumers are wondering...

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    With ACA uncertainty, consider these health insurance alternatives
    By Alex Tolbert on July 17, 2017

    Options that could shield you from disruption The uncertain repeal of the Affordable Care Act makes it hard for consumers to plan ahead for their...

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    Oscar Health could be Nashville's last shot at health marketplace
    By Alex Tolbert on July 7, 2017

    Be nice to the new kid in town A New York-based insurance company, Oscar Health, announced last week it will sell individual health plans in...

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