Health Insurance News
A federal lawsuit instituted by a Christian college in western Pennsylvania challenging provisions of President’s Obama’s health reform law requiring its health plan to cover birth control has been reinstated.
Healthcare Corporation of America (HCCA), a pharmacy-benefit management company that was acquired recently, has named Yoram Bibring its chief financial officer.
Four health insurance companies intend to offer nearly 300 different health insurance policies for sale on Washington, D.C.’s online health insurance exchange when it opens for enrollment on Oct. 1.
Marilyn Tavenner, a former nurse who rose to become Virginia’s secretary of health, received Senate approval to become permanent director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey announced the creation of a new online private exchange that will be available for certain New Jersey employers in July.
Benefit Indemnity Corp., a Baltimore-area health insurance consulting firm, is sponsoring a daylong continuing education event, designed for insurance brokers who want to better understand federal and local health reform, and its implications on their businesses.
The administration of Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has notified state workers that their employee health insurance plans will no longer cover domestic partners in unmarried same-sex relationships.
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. has acquired Advanced Benefit Advisors Inc. of Cherry Hill, N.J.
The New Jersey Assembly is one step closer to approving a bipartisan bill that would require insurance companies to pay the cost of ultrasound for women who are at risk of breast cancer.
Hudson County, N.J.’s largest hospital group is rebranding itself and expanding its insurance offerings in New Jersey, reportedly in anticipation of online health insurance exchanges.