Health Insurance News
Blue Cross and Blue Shield, the state’s largest health insurer, said Thursday that about 42,000 customers around the state received insurance renewal letters with incorrect rates, some showing cost increases … Read →
The Obama administration has opened a new health-insurance portal to small businesses in five states after a yearlong delay of the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplace for small-employer health plans.
Twenty percent of benefit plans will trigger the “Cadillac” tax provision under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by the year 2020, according to a new study from Truven Health Analytics.
Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has unveiled lists of the top criticisms found on U.S. property and casualty and life and health insurance market conduct actions, as recorded by state insurance regulatory agencies.
Travelers announced the addition of Healthcare Exchange and Civil Money Penalties coverages to its management liability portfolio as a way to help protect against risks related to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Many large employers believe they are exempt from most of the new insurance market reforms enacted under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Generally, they are correct. However, … Read →
Less than three weeks before uninsured Marylanders get their first look at health plans offered under the Affordable Care Act, officials say preparations are on track.
The state’s health exchange website … Read →
Sam’s Club announced that it is opening a private health insurance exchange for its members, a move the company says is aimed at providing the small-business owners that are its … Read →
The Greater Williamsburg (Va.) Chamber & Tourism Alliance has partnered with the state’s chamber of commerce and a Norfolk company to create Virginia Benefits, a private health insurance exchange where … Read →
A New Jersey woman pleaded guilty for submitting fraudulent healthcare claims that totaled more than $500,000 to her insurer over a two-year span.