SPOTLIGHT: Anthem pays hospitals $1.6M for stop-loss claims

Anthem Blue Cross of California has agreed to pay $1.62 million to settle charges that it had underpaid stop-loss claims to hospitals. As part of the settlement, Anthem will make $1.077 million in payments owed an unknown number of hospitals, with another $543,497 for interest and penalties. The payments must be made by Nov. 25. -- Read the full article at FierceHealthFinance

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