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A new survey finds that most people are unsure how they will handle the long-term care needs of loved ones.
An analysis finds the cost of employer-sponsored health insurance plans went up in 2013, but it was the smallest premium increase in more than a decade.
Despite the government shutdown, health insurance exchanges launched on Oct. 1 as promised. However, it wasn't all smooth sailing.
New online tools answer common questions and calculate costs.
As major provisions of the health reform law are being implemented, state regulators are warning consumers of medical insurance scams.
A study finds that most won't make clear-eyed assessments of their family's health-care needs.
An analysis finds families eligible to buy medical insurance through new marketplaces could save an average of $5,500 off their health insurance rates.
An industry group says most Americans get a failing grade when it comes to their knowledge of health insurance. Could you pass the test?
Two surveys suggest baby boomers may live longer and need more long-term care than they realize.
Consumers aren't the only ones feeling confused by the soon-to-be-launched health insurance exchanges. Doctors don't know what to expect either.
Two health insurance companies hope making health care "fun" will lead to better decisions by subscribers.
A report finds the U.S. health care system could save hundreds of millions if patients took their meds as prescribed.
Americans overwhelmingly say brand is important when purchasing health insurance coverage, according to a recent survey.
But the criteria could change as reform makes the marketplace more competitive.
Cigna teams with MDLIVE to offer virtual doctor visits.
Forget about affordable health insurance coverage. An analysis indicates some families may have trouble getting any medical insurance.
Workers have typically had access to more affordable health insurance through employer-sponsored group plans. Now, a new survey indicates even group health insurance plans are getting expensive.
A job may no longer equal access to health insurance coverage. The number of workers covered by employer-sponsored plans has declined for the 11th straight year.
A survey of financial advisers finds many people plan to give their money away to preserve it for their children. Here's why you might not want to live your retirement years without planning for health insurance and long-term care.