Pennsylvania | Summer | 2008 | Health Plan Analysis

Radiology and imaging costs have begun to climb again, and health plans in Pennsylvania are employing various measures to control that growth.

Geisinger Health Plan seems to have found success with the little-used Medicare MSA, with 12 percent of the US market for that product.

The state's new mandate for autism services is likely to raise insurance costs, and perhaps rates as well.

Health plans selling CDHPs are crying foul when employers are too generous in funding accounts, and some are taking steps to limit account size.

Highmark is rolling out a new niche product to cover those needing short-term insurance coverage.

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