Author: Tim Stumm
Twelve organizations that serve parts of Illinois and are charged with caring for the health of a population earned money back through a Medicare program, according to data recently released by the federal government.
Nearly a third of Illinois hospitals earned an A grade in the latest hospital safety report card from the Leapfrog Group.
The Illinois House failed to override Gov. Bruce Rauner’s veto of legislation creating a state-sponsored workers’ compensation insurance company.
Most Illinois residents seeking Obamacare coverage won’t pay much more next year despite an average 31 percent jump in premiums for silver plans because premium tax credits are going up too.
Premiums for the most popular plans on Illinois’ federally run health insurance exchange are increasing 31 percent next year, according to a new study from Avalere. That’s below the national average of 34 percent for silver plans.