Enrollment appears to be leveling out and the lowest-premium plans have become increasingly popular — but there's a dramatic difference in premiums paid by subsidized and unsubsidized enrollees.
Some Tennesseans are more likely to have health insurance than others. Here's how uninsured rates in Tennessee counties vary after accounting for employment status and income.
The opioid epidemic, recession readiness, and potential reforms and funding pressures from Congress that could affect the state budget.
The U.S. Census Bureau released new data on health insurance coverage across the country in 2016. Here are our top 3 takeaways for Tennessee.
Congress & President Trump have 4 options to address CSR payments. Their choice will have a significant effect on Tennessee's Obamacare marketplace.
The Graham-Cassidy bill gives Tennessee 3 things: more money for health coverage, more control over health insurance, and 18 months to sort out the details.
Employer-sponsored health insurance deductibles in Tennessee have become far more common and far more expensive since 2002.
If Congress' health care bill stalls, Tennessee has several options options that might help reduce premium growth and stabilize the individual market.
The U.S. House and Senate's health care bills both loosen rules for essential health benefits (EHB), but in different ways and with different trade-offs.
The AHCA's key trade-offs could have a significant impact on 1.5 million rural Tennesseans and 150,000 Tennesseans with disabilities covered by TennCare.