National Interstate Insurance Co. announced a new group rental captive for waste haulers to complement its traditional insurance program.
Ex-pharmacist Barbara Elise Miller pleaded guilty to charges related to a health insurance fraud scheme alleged to have bilked government and private insurance companies of between $1 million and $2.5 million through fraudulent billing at her Coshocton, Ohio pharmacy.
Victor O. Schinnerer & Co., an underwriting manager, said its energy program is now offering admitted coverage in several key states.
When Medicaid expands next year under the federal health law to include all adults living close to the poverty line, one group of eligible beneficiaries will be several million men and women who have spent time in state and federal prisons and jails.
Fidelity & Guaranty Life Insurance Co., which has been based in Baltimore since its founding more than 50 years ago, is moving its headquarters from Maryland to Des Moines, Iowa.
Carolyn Senger, a preventive medicine doctor in San Diego, regularly treats uninsured patients, coaching them how to stay healthy.
Keystone Insurers Group, based in Northumberland, Pa., announced its first franchise partner in Illinois, Nicoud Insurance Services.
Filing a single claim through their homeowners’ insurance policies will cost consumers in the form of higher rates on their homeowners’ premiums by an average 9%, or about $150.
They’ve got a few weeks. But if federal officials can’t get the new online insurance marketplace running smoothly by mid-November, the problems plaguing the three-week-old website could become a far bigger threat to the success of the health law, hampering enrollment and fueling opponents’ calls to delay implementation, say analysts.
Consumers aren’t the only ones frustrated by problems with the online health insurance exchanges being run by the feds. Private companies that sell health insurance on the Internet are also in a bind.