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  • Affordable insurance: still out of reach in Florida

    Affordable insurance: still out of reach in Florida
    Insurance is not likely to be high on the Legislature's agenda when it convenes on March 3, but that could change for two reasons: Gov. Rick Scott has picked a fight with his Cabinet colleagues in an attempt to replace Insurance Commissioner Kevin...
  • RI insurer says 15,000 customers affected by Anthem hacking

    Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island says about 15,000 of its current and former Rhode Island customers have been affected by the data breach at Anthem Inc. Blue Cross says hackers gained access to personal information from Anthem members, and...
  • Insurer wins dispute over fire, pot growing in basement

    An insurance company can recover more than $130,000 from a Michigan woman whose home burned down when her then-husband smoked marijuana oil in the basement, an appeals court said Tuesday. Brien Matthews had a medical marijuana card and could grow pot for...
  • 13.5 million Californians affected by Anthem data breach

    13.5 million Californians affected by Anthem data breach
    Health insurance giant Anthem Inc. said 13.5 million Californians were affected by the company's massive data breach that was disclosed earlier this month. The nation's second-largest health insurer said a cyberattack had exposed names, Social...
  • Former mayor pleads guilty to insurance fraud charge

    A former northern New Jersey mayor has admitted making false statements to police and an insurance company in a bid to cover up a hit-and-run accident. Former Roselle Mayor Garrett Smith pleaded guilty Tuesday to insurance fraud, one day before jury...
  • Azerbaijan sees 14% increase in non-life insurance market

    In January 2015, 54.7 million manats (AZN) (87 percent) of the total insurance charges in Azerbaijan fell on the share of non-life insurance, which is 14.2 percent more, compared to the same period of last year, the head of Azerbaijan Insurers Association...
  • Doctor accused of fraudulently billing health insurers

    A northern New Jersey doctor stands accused of fraudulently billing Medicare, Medicaid and private health care insurance companies for hundreds of thousands of dollars for office visits that were never rendered Federal prosecutors say Albert Ades was...
  • This Time Around, Access Health CT Enrolled 204,358, Most Of Them In Medicaid

    This Time Around, Access Health CT Enrolled 204,358, Most Of Them In Medicaid
    Connecticut's public health insurance exchange enrolled 204,358 residents during the most recent open-enrollment period that ended Feb. 15. The exchange, Access Health CT, has enrolled a total of 552,603 people since it first opened for business in...
  • Advocates Seek New Laws Promoting Drugs That Deter Abuse

    Advocates Seek New Laws Promoting Drugs That Deter Abuse
    Mary Marcuccio knows all about the toll of opiate abuse: Her son became addicted to prescription painkillers that he first obtained from a friend's medicine cabinet. "Our story is typical," said Marcuccio, a former Southington resident who runs a...
  • European court backs Swiss reporters' use of hidden cameras

    Four Swiss journalists have won a case before the European Court of Human Rights over their use of hidden cameras. The reporters had used the cameras as part of a 2003 investigative documentary about misleading advice provided by insurance brokers....
  • Meaning of 4 words at center of high court health law fight

    The Supreme Court next week hears a challenge to President Barack Obama's health care overhaul that hinges on just four words in the massive law that seeks to dramatically reduce the ranks of the uninsured. The argument threatens subsidies that help...