The Affordable Care Act has been a boon to Michigan’s health insurance industry, boosting sales of individual policies by nearly 40 percent in the first three months of this year, according to a report released Monday.
What if the solution to a public health crisis was, at the same time, the biggest obstacle to success? That’s the dynamic facing the country as we try to eradicate Hepatitis C, a chronic liver disease afflicting more than three million Americans.
An analysis by PricewaterhouseCoopers of more than a dozen states found that Michigan’s overall average price hike of about 2.2% is modest compared to other
Lansing, Michigan — The Michigan Association of Health Plans (MAHP) announced today that Dominick J. Pallone will become its new deputy director effective Monday, June 16.
In his new capacity as deputy director, Pallone will work closely with MAHP
LANSING, Mich. – With more Michigan residents than ever looking for reliable information about health care and health insurance, the Michigan Association of Health Plans today announced the launch of its new website, aimed at being the best source of information and guidance on how to meet the
LANSING — Michigan has received more than 46,000 applications for the state's expanded Medicaid program in less than a week.
As of midnight on Monday, the state had received 46,091 applications and enrolled 26,906 people in the Healthy Michigan plan since it launched April 1, according to
Michigan’s expanded Medicaid program — a unique version of the longtime federal health plan for poor people — asks beneficiaries to chip in on their medical costs.
But the Healthy Michigan plan, which will go live April 1, offers incentives for healthy behaviors
Michigan ties California for the highest level satisfaction among consumers with their health insurance policies, according to a survey released Monday by J.D. Power & Associates.
Policy holders in both states gave their health insurance an average score of 680 on a 1,000-point scale
Michigan has received more than 46,000 applications for the state's expanded Medicaid program in less than a week.
As of midnight on Monday, the state had received 46,091 applications and enrolled 26,906 people in the Healthy Michigan plan since it launched April 1, according to the