Health Insurance News
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.
Hackensack (N.J.) University Health Network and Meridian Health, Neptune, N.J., have signed a preliminary deal to merge into a regional mega-system. And the new organization has its eyes set on … Read →
Although insurance companies are generally confident in their existing risk management and control processes, some firms still have work to do as they prepare to file a new regulatory requirement for the U.S. insurance industry.
Heffernan Insurance Brokers, a large, full-service, independent insurance brokerage firm based east of San Francisco, has purchased the assets of Pilot Employee Benefits of Melville, N.Y.
California clinics are the first to use the PointCare mobile screening and enrollment tracking tool with CalFresh food stamp option in preparation for second Obamacare enrollment.
For the first time since the law was passed, the administrative burden of ACA compliance surpassed the excise tax as the top concern for employers in Mercer’s seventh health care reform survey, conducted in January of this year.
Officials from the Maryland health exchange and their prime contractor have agreed to delay potential litigation over the troubled website that frustrated thousands in their attempts to buy health insurance … Read →