Keyword: Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield
Premera Blue Cross, the largest health insurance company in the Pacific Northwest, has agreed to pay $10 million to 30 states.
Plaintiffs say the insurer destroyed the computer after their complaint was filed.
Thirteen Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurers saved billions in taxes last year due to the Republican tax overhaul.
UnitedHealth has announced a leadership shakeup at Optum, plus more health insurance headlines.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
Thanks to Centene, there are now just two counties nationwide that are projected to have no Affordable Care Act exchange insurer available in 2018.
From Kaiser Health News: Senate Republicans are eyeing a “skinny repeal" of the ACA, but experts warn that the idea has been tried before with little success.
Two major insurers, Anthem and Cigna, are planning to reduce their Affordable Care Act exchange footprints in 2018—if only slightly.
Two health insurers have offered a partial reprieve for two states at risk of having counties with no individual marketplace insurers next year.
As policymakers debate the future of the Affordable Care Act, perhaps no state has more on the line than Alaska.