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  • California falling 400,000 short of health care sign-up goal

    California is falling short of its goal to sign up 1.7 million people for private insurance in the second year of the federal health expansion, but state officials hope to make up much of the difference this weekend. Sunday is the open enrollment...
  • Anthem Offers Protections For Customers Going Back 10 Years

    Any Connecticut resident who had Anthem health coverage as far back as 2004 is eligible to receive two years of identity protection and credit-monitoring services, the health insurer said Wednesday. The consumer protections are part of the insurer's...
  • IRS apologizes for using bank secrecy law to seize accounts of law-abiding small businesses

    Pressured by Congress, the IRS said Wednesday it is changing its policies and apologizing for seizing banks accounts from otherwise law-abiding business owners simply because they structured bank transactions to avoid federal reporting requirements....
  • Lawmakers could wade into ride-booking regulation debate at the Capitol this year

    Minnesota lawmakers could decide whether to regulate the ride-hailing industry this year. House and Senate legislators say they plan to introduce bills soon to toughen insurance regulations for companies like Uber and Lyft. That would add Minnesota to...
  • Jim Blankenship: Social Security and remarriage

    Social Security has a way of making your life decisions difficult. When divorce and remarriage enter the picture, things get very complicated. The earliest age you can start claiming Social Security benefits is 62. You can also delay taking benefits to...
  • House bill aims to curb contractor abuses by barring attorneys fees

    House bill aims to curb contractor abuses by barring attorneys fees
    Attorneys would not be able to collect fees if they sued insurance companies on behalf of a repair contractor or other third party to an insurance contract, if a proposed state law filed this week is enacted. State Rep. John Tobia, R-Melbourne Beach,...
  • Anthem data breach poses a big test for its CEO

    Anthem data breach poses a big test for its CEO
    In unusually blunt terms, the chief executive of Anthem Inc. told investors recently that his company and the health insurance industry rank last in customer service. That was before the insurance giant disclosed a massive data breach last week...
  • Anthem says hackers had access to customer data back to 2004

    Insurance giant Anthem Inc. said Thursday that hackers had access to customer data going back to 2004 as investigations continue into the massive breach. The nation's second-largest health insurer disclosed the new time frame as it prepares to offer two...
  • Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security

    Republicans seeks broader changes on Social Security
    Senate Republicans pressed the Obama administration Wednesday for a plan to address the long-term health of Social Security as lawmakers began a debate over the rapidly approaching shortfall in a program that benefits millions of disabled Americans....
  • Drugstore chain Rite Aid spends $2B on acquisition, push into pharmacy benefit management

    Rite Aid's $2 billion acquisition of a pharmacy benefits manager steers the drugstore chain toward a potentially lucrative focus for health care companies: Finding ways to tame customer costs. The nation's third-largest drugstore chain is buying...
  • Obamacare sign-ups expected to top 10 million amid sizable expansion

    Obamacare sign-ups expected to top 10 million amid sizable expansion
    As the deadline for signing up for coverage through the Affordable Care Act approaches Sunday, enrollment in plans provided through the federal health law is on track to expand substantially over 2014. Nationwide, preliminary tallies from state and...