Health Insurance News
The 50,000 Americans who used incorrect government forms when filing early tax returns will not have to pay their actual federal tax liability for 2014, according to the Treasury Department.
AXA S.A. is further extending its footprint into the United States with the launch of its U.S. Employee Benefits business, through subsidiaries AXA Equitable Life and MONY.
The Obama administration has blocked health plans without hospital benefits that many large employers argued fulfilled their obligations under the Affordable Care Act.
The Internet domain “.insurance” should be available to to the industry late this year, for use only by verified insurance industry members.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield was again the most popular choice among Maryland exchange shoppers, but its dominant hold on the exchange market loosened as shoppers opted for cheaper plans from other … Read →
RPS ISG International, based in Cambridge, Md., announced the addition of Tracy Cohee to its employee benefits team.
Insurance giant Anthem Inc. said Thursday that hackers had access to customer data going back to 2004 as investigations continue into the massive breach.
The nation’s second-largest health insurer disclosed the … Read →
The Obama administration is cutting off health-insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act for 200,000 people who haven’t proved they are legally residing in the U.S.
Department of Health and Human … Read →
Repeal and replace” has been the rallying cry for Republicans since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010. But now that most of the law’s provisions have taken effect, some health experts are pitching ways to improve it, rather than eliminate it.
An investigation by state insurance regulators into the data breach of 80 million current and former customers of health insurance giant Anthem (ANTM) comes during a period of unprecedented growth … Read →