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  • Humana Moves Fuel Wall Street Speculation Of Deal

    Humana Moves Fuel Wall Street Speculation Of Deal
    Humana has pulled out of a major health care conference and said it will not comment on rumors of a merger, actions that will probably fuel Wall Street speculation that the insurer is part of a developing deal. Shares of the Medicare Advantage...
  • Shares of Humana rally on silence and a withdrawal

    Shares of Humana rally on silence and a withdrawal
    Humana has pulled out of a major health care conference and said it will not comment on rumors of a merger, actions that will likely fuel Wall Street speculation that the insurer is part of a developing deal. Shares of the Medicare Advantage coverage...
  • Reports: Health Insurer Humana Considering Sale; Cigna Interested

    Reports: Health Insurer Humana Considering Sale; Cigna Interested
    Only weeks after Cigna Corp. was mentioned as a possible target for acquisition by fellow Hartford insurer Aetna Inc., a news service reported Friday that Cigna itself had approached a third insurer, Humana Inc., about a possible deal. Analysts have...
  • The Doctor Will See You Online; Telemedicine Rankles Some CT Physicians

    The Doctor Will See You Online; Telemedicine Rankles Some CT Physicians
    Let's say it's a Saturday night and you've developed a rash, or you're on vacation in another state and you've started feeling ill. Depending on your health plan, you might be able to get help by opening a computer or turning on your smartphone. The...
  • Insurance Broker Stole $10M From Aetna

    HARTFORD - A Boston insurance broker pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering charges Tuesday, admitting that she stole $10 million in institutional health policy premiums from Aetna. Federal prosecutors said Bonney J. Hebert, 59, former owner of the...
  • Some Florida health insurers request big 2016 rate hikes

    Nearly a dozen health insurers are proposing double-digit rate hikes for 2016 Florida plans sold on the health insurance exchanges created under President Barack Obama's law. According to preliminary rate data released Monday by the federal government,...
  • Pennsylvania moves to keep pace with increase in Medicaid

    Pennsylvania moves to keep pace with increase in Medicaid
    With Medicaid enrollment growing nationally and in Pennsylvania, the federal government is proposing new oversight of privately administered Medicaid plans, tightening profit guidelines for insurers and keeping a closer eye on doctor availability for...
  • Reports: Humana Considering Sale, Cigna Interested

    Reports: Humana Considering Sale, Cigna Interested
    Only weeks after Cigna Corp. was mentioned as a possible target for acquisition by fellow Hartford-area insurer Aetna Inc., a news service reported Friday that Cigna itself had approached a third insurer, Humana Inc., about a possible deal. Analysts have...
  • Court won't exempt Notre Dame from Obamacare birth control provision

     Court won't exempt Notre Dame from Obamacare birth control provision
    A federal appeals court has rejected the University of Notre Dame's request to temporarily be exempt from a provision in the Affordable Care Act that requires the Catholic school's insurance providers to cover the costs of contraceptives for students...
  • Malloy Campaigns In Iowa — But Not For Votes

    Malloy Campaigns In Iowa — But Not For Votes
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy had lunch with President Barack Obama in New London last week, and he's hosting the U.S. labor secretary Thursday. On Wednesday morning, he gave a fist-pounding speech in Iowa. Iowa? There's something about the draw of the...
  • Aetna Penalized In Missouri For Covering Nine Abortions

    Aetna Penalized In Missouri For Covering Nine Abortions
    Aetna Inc. is paying a record $4.5 million fine in Missouri in part for something that rarely draws the ire of regulators — paying for procedures it shouldn't have covered. In this case, those procedures were abortions. Missouri law says that...