health insurance

State Capitol - file photo
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(MPRN-Lansing) Members of the state House of Representatives are ready to take on a mental health overhaul when they return next week. 


(MPRN-Lansing) Uncertainty in Washington about the future of the Affordable Care Act is leaving many Michigan consumers in the dark on how much they will paying for health coverage next year. 


Kalamazoo physician Ken Fisher says health savings accounts and high-deductible insurance plans would be the best way to fix health care, and could replace the current system. 

"LANSING, MI -- A fund designed to help insurers pay for autism coverage the legislature mandated in 2012 will run dry by November, according to the Department of Insurance and Financial Services." (MLive)

"Some Michiganders who buy health insurance on the individual market will face double-digit rate hikes next year under rate changes approved by state regulators." (Detroit Free Press)