The latest news for Pennsylvania
Officials at Pittsburgh-based health insurer Highmark Health said operating losses for its Allegheny Health Network health system will amount to $48 million for this year.
A Southeastern Pennsylvania man has been charged with posing as an insurance broker and stealing more than $32,000 from a local couple through non-existent life insurance policies.
David Wenner, writing for PennLive, asks whether it is Highmark – or Pennsylvanians – who will pay for the health insurer’s recently announced $318 million loss for the first half of 2015 due to Obamacare.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Department issued a warning to health insurers, stating that consumers will not have to pay out-of-network costs if the carrier’s provider directory is out of date.
A Long Island insurance broker pleaded guilty to defrauding clients of nearly $830,000 by stealing their premiums to pay for, among other things, personal expenses, gambling, country club memberships and a Mercedes Benz. Read →
The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that doctors don’t have to tell patients whether they have malpractice insurance specifically for the surgeries that they recommend to patients.Read →
Confie, a national provider of personal lines insurance, has acquired two New York insurance agencies as well as agencies in Alabama and Florida.Read →