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Archive for November, 2010


Health Care Reform Updates

November 29th, 2010

TALLAHASSEE – On primary day as Florida’s new House speaker, Rep. Dean Cannon took a clear shot at President Barack Obama’s new health-care reform law. “Should it really be the role of government to necessitate people to buy a health insurance manufactured goods they don’t want, move up taxes to give that same product to [...]

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Georgia Health Insurance

November 26th, 2010

A Georgia-based insurance manager has sued Financial Services, alleging its previous business associates conspired to deceive it out of millions in commissions it would have acknowledged from advertising Georgia health insurance plans to the National Baptist Convention, one of the largest U.S. African-American church groups. Filed in Thomas County, Ga. Superior Court, Kingdom Insurance Group [...]

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Health Insurance News From Carolina

November 23rd, 2010

Health-pay argument with a North Carolina health insurance worker has spilled into the courts in spite of lively talks between the Hartford health insurer and Novant Health in the direction of a declaration, authorities said Wednesday. Novant Health, parent of the Presbyterian system of hospitals and medical clinics portion about 5 million people in the [...]

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Ohio Individual Health Plans

November 19th, 2010

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Ohio was ordered to pay $6 million to 45,000 policyholders in its individual health insurance plans for charging premiums that didn’t match up with the rates it filed with the state Department of Insurance. The department investigated “multiple consumer complaints earlier this year,” Mary Jo Hudson, director of [...]

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North Carolina Health Insurance

November 9th, 2010

As state Medicaid programs carry on to shift away from fee-for-service pay, a rising numeral of enrollees at present are served by customary managed care plans, where enrollees decide physicians who are frequently paid a fixed amount to manage their health care. But Community Care of North Carolina doesn’t direct care like a representative Medicaid [...]

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Individual Health Insurance

November 8th, 2010

Individual health insurance is no one’s thought of fun. But for a lot of folks who have lost a work, just graduated from college or maxed out their COBRA, it’s a requirement. One of those is very old Nancy Thompson of Camino, who misplaced her shipping office job at Sierra Pacific’s mill previous year. This [...]

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