Health Insurance News
Capital BlueCross received the 2014 Lehigh Valley Business Coalition on Health Care’s Partnership Award for its collaboration with the LVBCH to promote the health of LVBCH employer members.
According to research published by a single-payer advocacy group, average compensation for nine CEOs at large health insurance companies rose by more than 19% in 2013, with some chief executives seeing steep increases in pay, while others received less remuneration.
HHS recently released the final Exchange and Insurance Market Standards for 2015 and Beyond rule, affecting several provisions within the Affordable Care Act.
New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a settlement with Gerald “Jerry” Burgin and the Buffalo-area Arts and Culturals Collaborative, LLC, a group Burgin created to give members of the local arts community access to affordable group health insurance.
How to expand Americans’ health insurance choices under the Affordable Care Act without sabotaging employer coverage? The Obama administration is still working to get the balance right.
GM-Southwest Inc., and the company’s CEO and former owner, have been sentenced in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia in Abingdon after previously pleading guilty to charges of racketeering and money laundering.
After several delays launching Maryland’s small business online health insurance exchange, firing its director and turning to an outside firm to re-create the marketplace, the state has decided to scrap its small business efforts and instead turn to health insurance brokers.
NAIFA-GP will hold its Annual Meeting on Thursday, June 5, in Fort Washington, featuring legislative updates from Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner Michael F. Consedine and state Sen. Michael Stack.
Large employers pay fees that go into a fund for health insurance companies, that reimburses them for some extra costs involved in providing coverage to high-risk individuals on the Obamacare exchanges.