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  • Cost of dental care can add up fast -- and insurance may not cover it

    Cost of dental care can add up fast -- and insurance may not cover it
    Taking care of your teeth doesn't come cheap. Just ask Holly Kabrin. She expects to spend at least $1,000 to have her daughter's wisdom teeth removed. And she's still making payments on a $600 bill from a dental crown she got last year. "My family has...
  • Electronic medical records propelling South Florida tech hub growth

    Electronic medical records propelling South Florida tech hub growth
    Imagine if you never had to fill out another patient information form at a doctor's office again. That's the promise of a new portable patient health record service developed by Boca Raton-based InfoPeHR. For $35, patients can buy a credit card-sized...
  • Uber's here, but for how long?

    Uber's here, but for how long?
    Uber's still here. But the popular ride-booking service's future in Broward is uncertain. The company Friday said it still intends to pull out if Broward County starts enforcing a strict set of laws aimed at drivers-for-hire. The county mayor,...
  • Arcade games in homeowner association clubhouse create nuisance

    Question: Our homeowner association manager allowed her friend to install arcade computer games in the clubhouse. The board of directors did not vote to allow this and has done nothing to stop it. The manager admitted that she has an arrangement with...
  • Genetic testing surge brings some answers, more questions

    Genetic testing surge brings some answers, more questions
    As Sivan Schondorf walked into her geneticist's office she immediately noticed her sympathetic smile, a warning sign the prognosis wasn't good. "We're going to tell you right away that you're positive for the mutation," her genetic counselor said,...
  • Activist Shareholder Who Joined Phoenix's Board To Step Down

    The co-founder of an activist investment firm that led a shareholder revolt against The Phoenix Cos. in 2008, and who then settled the dispute in part by joining its board of directors, is leaving the board after seven years with the struggling life...
  • A real Obamacare concern: Are insurers lying about their doctor networks?

    A real Obamacare concern: Are insurers lying about their doctor networks?
    One of the most controversial and least understood aspects of coverage under the Affordable Care Act is the network concept. More precisely, the narrow-network concept, since the whole goal of health insurers that steer patients to networks of preferred...
  • Access Health CT Insurers Seek Rate Hikes

    Access Health CT Insurers Seek Rate Hikes
    Insurance companies selling health plans through the state's health insurance exchange are seeking to raise rates next year, with average increases from 2 percent to nearly 14 percent. But the companies' rate proposals, made public by the Connecticut...
  • Allstate continues to stand by money-losing Esurance

    Allstate continues to stand by money-losing Esurance
    Esurance has yet to turn a profit since Allstate bought the online insurer for $1 billion in 2011, but the Northbrook-based company remains committed to the business. "We could obviously make that business profitable by shutting down advertising and...
  • Health care billing not meeting consumer expectations

    Health care billing not meeting consumer expectations
    As consumers increasingly pay out of pocket for health care, hospitals and insurance companies aren't meeting consumer expectations when it comes to billing, according to a study released Thursday. The PricewaterhouseCoopers Health Research Institute...
  • Chicago Ridge moves to restrict insurance benefit

    Chicago Ridge moves to restrict insurance benefit
    Chicago Ridge Village Board plans to amend ordinance granting generous insurance benefits to current and former elected officials Chicago Ridge trustees have agreed to amend a controversial ordinance providing generous insurance coverage to elected...