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  • Reports: Humana Considering Sale, Cigna Interested

    Reports: Humana Considering Sale, Cigna Interested
    Only weeks after Cigna Corp. was mentioned as a possible target for acquisition by fellow Hartford-area insurer Aetna Inc., a news service reported Friday that Cigna itself had approached a third insurer, Humana Inc., about a possible deal. Analysts have...
  • 44% of Covered California customers report difficulty paying premiums

    44% of Covered California customers report difficulty paying premiums
    A new survey shows that 44% of Covered California policyholders find it difficult paying their monthly premiums for Obamacare coverage. And a similar percentage of uninsured Californians say the high cost of coverage is the main reason they go without...
  • Obamacare 'sticker shock'? Still hasn't happened.

    Obamacare 'sticker shock'? Still hasn't happened.
    The depiction of the Affordable Care Act as a driver of huge increases in health insurance rates refuses to die, even though the record thus far shows that premium rate increases have shrunk since open enrollment for individual plans began in 2014....
  • In Florida House, hypocrisy over heart

    In Florida House, hypocrisy over heart
    Republicans in the Florida House want to be clear: They love the state's working poor. That's why they denied them a chance at health insurance. As Rep. Julio Gonzalez, R-Venice, put it last week, expanding Medicaid would "punish the needy" by putting...
  • Expanding Medicaid would save more lives than experimental drugs

    Expanding Medicaid would save more lives than experimental drugs
    Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill last week that gives dying patients the right to try experimental drugs the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not approved. The Goldwater Institute, a conservative think tank with libertarian leanings that wrote model...
  • Florida House votes to keep low health insurance premiums

    The Republican-controlled Florida House voted along party lines on Friday to retain — for now — the rates that Gov. Rick Scott and thousands of state workers are currently paying for health insurance. Nearly 30,000 people in state government,...
  • Steps to take when disputing a denied health insurance claim

    Steps to take when disputing a denied health insurance claim
    Most people heading into retirement know life after work isn't all shuffleboard on the lido deck. There can be serious money and health care concerns, not to mention worries about boredom and relationship conflict with all that newfound free time....
  • Here's another way Obamacare is changing U.S. healthcare for the better

    Here's another way Obamacare is changing U.S. healthcare for the better
    The Affordable Care Act aimed to go well beyond merely making health insurance more accessible to millions of people who couldn't buy it in the individual insurance market; many provisions were designed to fundamentally change for the better how...
  • Assurant files notice of leaving Montana insurance market

    Assurant Health plans to notify its 7,283 Montana customers that it will stop selling and renewing policies as the Wisconsin-based company looks to get out of the national health insurance market. Assurant's coverage in Montana is mostly through...
  • What will Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling mean for Illinois?

    What will Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling mean for Illinois?
    At stake in a U.S. Supreme Court decision expected this month are federal subsidies that help more than 200,000 Illinoisans pay for health insurance. If the court eliminates the subsidies, upholding the latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act,...
  • Health secretary to Congress: Problem is yours, states' if subsidies end

    Health secretary to Congress: Problem is yours, states' if subsidies end
    Congress and the states will need to find an answer if the Supreme Court strikes down the federal subsidies that are a foundation of President Barack Obama's health care law, his health secretary told lawmakers Wednesday. Sylvia Burwell also said the...