Health Insurance News
USI Insurance Services announced the closing on the acquisition of Wallace Insurance Inc. / Scott Insurance Services, based in Anchorage, Alaska.
Fidelis Care, a New York health plan, announced plans to hire 40 new IT employees at its Albany, N.Y., regional office, and relocate to a larger office space in the area.
A conservative public interest law firm sued the D.C. health exchange for letting members of Congress get health insurance through their small-business portal, even though each chamber on Capitol Hill employs thousands of people.
Aetna Medicaid announced that Delaware Physicians Care (DPCI) will not renew its contract to participate in Delaware’s Medicaid and other assistance programs.
The healthcare practice of Richmond, Va.-based Evenspring has been acquired by Clearview Logix, a healthcare analytics and application development company.
Some small businesses in Maryland will see a small drop in health insurance premiums next year, while others will pay as much as 11 percent more to cover their workers, … Read →
Valley Preferred, a preferred provider organization aligned with Lehigh Valley Health Network, has appointed Eileen Fallis as Senior Client Solutions Specialist of Valley Preferred’s BeneFIT Corporate Wellness program.
Consumers who were granted a reprieve to keep insurance plans that don’t meet the federal health law’s standards are now learning those plans will be discontinued at year’s end, and they’ll have to choose a new policy, which may cost more.
As states gear up for round two of Obamacare enrollment next month, they have their sights set on people for whom health insurance is not a priority. The second round of enrollment under the nation’s Affordable Care Act promises to be tougher than the first. About 30 million to 40 million people remain uninsured in the United States, according to various surveys.
A Manhattan man is suing Empire BlueCross BlueShield for turning his simple search for a new doctor into an Arthurian quest of epic scope.
“Something is rotten in the Empire State,” … Read →