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  • Two bills protecting patients in healthcare networks deserve passage

    Two bills protecting patients in healthcare networks deserve passage
    The heathcare reforms in the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act remain a work in progress, with some of the law's mandates causing new problems or exacerbating older flaws. One is inaccurate lists of the healthcare providers in insurers'...
  • Savvy Senior: Understanding Medicare's enrollment rules

    Dear Savvy Senior, Can you give me a rundown on Medicare's enrollment choices and rules along with when and how to apply? I turn 65 next year and want to make sure I know what to do. — Almost Retired Dear Almost, The strict rules and timetables...
  • After riots, now come the insurance claims

    After riots, now come the insurance claims
    On warm, mild nights, conventioneers and others typically wander down to Alexander Smith's Harbor East restaurants, Azumi and Ouzo Bay. But the staff has been turning guests away as early as 8:30 p.m. because of the time it takes to clean up and send...
  • Gov. Wolf opens door to running insurance marketplace

    Gov. Wolf opens door to running insurance marketplace
    HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf's administration advanced plans Friday to maintain federal health insurance subsidies for nearly 400,000 Pennsylvanians ahead of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could wipe out the aid to insurance buyers in some states....
  • Bill on drug pricing would help state in figuring healthcare costs

    Bill on drug pricing would help state in figuring healthcare costs
    A new crop of specialty drugs holds great promise for treating or even curing some devastating diseases, but their high cost challenges health insurers and taxpayer-funded health programs. In California, Gov. Jerry Brown has asked for $300 million in...
  • Citizens policyholders to get free credit monitoring after mail error

    Citizens policyholders to get free credit monitoring after mail error
    TALLAHASSEE — Nearly 20,000 policyholders of Citizens Property Insurance Corp. will be offered a year of free credit monitoring because some of their information was sent to a wrong address. The Citizens Board of Governors, in a teleconference...
  • En Sanford cientos de jóvenes que aspiran ser futbolistas

    En Sanford cientos de jóvenes que aspiran ser futbolistas
    El "sueño" empieza este fin de semana para más de 400 jóvenes aspirantes a futbolistas en la Florida Central gracias a "Sueño MLS 2015 – Presentado por Allstate Insurance Company". La búsqueda por el mejor talento juvenil de fútbol televisada a...
  • Nepal businesses, people out of work after quake wonder what's next

    Nepal businesses, people out of work after quake wonder what's next
    For 18 years, he toiled in other people’s eateries, venturing as far as Bahrain to work as a restaurant manager and saving up $50,000 to start his own establishment. Finally, four years ago, Pradip Kumarshrestha threw open the doors to Mc Fast...
  • What a drug-cost transparency bill in California wouldn't reveal

    To the editor: As your editorial notes, there are "legitimate concerns" with AB 463, a bill intended to boost transparency on drug pricing that was recently introduced in California. The legislation's requirements would result in an inaccurate and...
  • Keep your Fitbit results to yourself

    Keep your Fitbit results to yourself
    The John Hancock Life Insurance Co. has announced a program offering discounts on life insurance to customers with good health habits, as registered on their Fitbit monitors — wearable computers that automatically upload data on the physical state...
  • Gerard L. Callanan, lawyer

    Gerard J. Callanan, a retired insurance company lawyer who was active in several Irish cultural organizations, died Monday at Keswick Multi-Care Center of complications of dementia. He was 76. The son of Michael J. Callanan, a Revere Copper & Brass Co....