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  • Aetna Sues N.J. Surgical Center For $10 Million, Alleges Overbilling Scheme

    Aetna is suing an ambulatory surgical center in Englewood, N.J., for $10 million to recoup losses in an alleged scheme to overcharge the insurer while allowing patients to forgo copays and other out-of-pocket expenses. Doctors with a financial...
  • Aetna Chosen As Subcontractor In Qatar's Universal Health Care Coverage

    Aetna has a key role in Qatar's new national health care system. The Hartford health insurer was chosen to help the National Health Insurance Company of Qatar in developing a disease management program and to help generally in improving the country's...
  • Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials Define Being Healthy Differently

    Kids these days — they're just not as healthy as we are, or our parents were. That's generally the sentiment of about 1,800 people surveyed this spring by Harris Interactive for a study commissioned by Aetna. The Hartford-based health insurance...
  • Major insurers seek to join Pennsylvania's exchange

    Fifteen insurance companies or their subsidiaries have applied to provide health insurance plans through Pennsylvania's Obamacare exchange, the Pennsylvania Insurance Department said Thursday. They include Aetna, each of the four nonprofit "blue"...
  • Aetna Marketing Campaign Features Employees On Billboards

     Aetna Marketing Campaign Features Employees On Billboards
    Working at Aetna for some employees also means having your face seen by more than 100,000 drivers daily — at least this summer. Five employees, and one Aetna employee's son, are featured on billboards in the Hartford region this summer as part...
  • Graduates At Five Hartford High Schools Receive Diplomas

    Graduates At Five Hartford High Schools Receive Diplomas
    Jeremiah Roberts didn't take this moment for granted. The 20-year-old was serious in his cap and gown Wednesday night, recounting struggles, while fellow Journalism and Media Academy graduates laughed with friends and took photos before their procession...
  • 13 insurers want to offer plans on state exchange

    13 insurers want to offer plans on state exchange
    Thirteen insurers have submitted plans to offer health insurance on the state exchange, or marketplace where individuals can buy insurance under health care reform, that begins open enrollment in October. The plans must still be certified by the state....
  • N.Y. Governor Wants Insurers To Explain Cyber Safeguards

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is demanding that insurance companies provide an explanation of how policyholders' health, personal and financial records are safeguarded against cyber attacks. Insurance regulators in New York sent inquiries to 31 of the...
  • Sex-change operations to be covered by UIC health insurance

    Sex-change operations to be covered by UIC health insurance
    University of Illinois trustees this morning approved a student health insurance plan for the Chicago campus that for the first time covers gender reassignment surgery, a move that about three dozen other colleges have taken in recent years. The...
  • Aetna Becomes Third Insurer To Submit Rates For State Health Exchange

    Aetna this week became the third insurer to submit proposed rates for new health plans offered later this year on Connecticut's public health exchange. Aetna filed the suggested rates with regulators at the Connecticut Insurance Department on Thursday....
  • Graduating Into A Sunnier Job Market

    Graduating Into A Sunnier Job Market
    For nearly 6,900 students who graduated Sunday at colleges around the state, the natural question is: What's next? Happily, this year's graduates have more reason to be optimistic than those who graduated two or three years ago, although the market...