The requests garnered approval on Aug. 22 from the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance and now head to the U.S. Department of Health and […]
Family and Children’s Service is expecting an estimated $1.1 million cut in federal funding to operate its statewide health insurance enrollment network, according to a […]
Some health insurance shoppers in Tennessee will see pre-subsidy premiums fall even as insurers plan for fewer healthy people to enroll.
The distinguishing characteristic of Tennessee’s 2019 individual health insurance market may be competition—and geography will matter.
Tennessee’s individual health insurance market is poised for new entrants and territory expansions from existing insurers in 2019 — a sharp reversal of the diminishing […]
Federal maneuvers are launching health insurance and the popular protection of pre-existing conditions back into public discourse in a significant election year in Tennessee.
Read about: “It’s as big a problem as the opioid epidemic.”
Updated on May 12 to reflect responses from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
What you’ll read about: BirdDog sent seven questions to the Tennessee governor hopefuls to illuminate policy stances on a range of health care topics, including […]