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Archive for the ‘Health Insurance’ Category

1 in 7 Health Insurance Policies Denied

  The Wall Street Journal (10/13, Adamy) reports that according to a newly released congressional investigation, the four biggest health insurers in the US on average denied policies to one out of every seven applicants based on their prior medical history. Bloomberg News (10/13, Armstrong, Nussbaum) reports, “WellPoint, Inc., Aetna, Inc., Humana, Inc. and UnitedHealth

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Group finds BCBS health insurance plans kept large surpluses while raising premiums

In continuing coverage, the Washington Post (7/23, Aizenman) reports, “Nonprofit health insurers may be setting aside unnecessarily large surpluses even as some of them continue to raise premiums, according to an analysis by” Consumers Union, “a consumer rights group,” which “found that seven of 10 Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliates examined had amassed surpluses more

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Obama Makes it Easier to Appeal Health Claim Denials

For too long, consumers have been forced to fend for themselves

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Rendell Orders Investigation of Health Insurance

  If you feel that you have been the victim of unfair health insurance rate increases, you call the Pennsylvania insurance department at 717-787-2317. The AP (6/10, Scolforo) reports that on Wednesday, “Pennsylvania regulators said…they have detected a pattern of rate increases by health insurance companies that suggests insurers are trying to pad revenues before

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CNN Provides Answers to Health Care Bill Questions

CNN has posted a very interesting Q&A regarding questions that people are asking about the new Health Care Bill that has been signed into law by the President.

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Senate writing fixes to health care bill

As you know, President Barack Obama has signed into law the most sweeping overhaul of U.S. health care since Medicare. However, the Associated Press reports that the Senate is has one last act in the in the epic struggle is still playing out in the Senate. Senators are debating a package of fixes to the

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Hurled bricks, threats surround federal health care bill overhaul

The Associated Press reports that Bricks have been hurled through Democrats’ windows, a propane line was cut at the home of a congressman’s brother and lawmakers who voted for a federal health care bill have received obscenity-laced phone threats in the days before and after passage of the sweeping legislation.

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Limiting insurance rejection for preexisting conditions

September 19, 2009 The Washington Post reports that the Congress health care proposal could make preexisting health conditions irrelevant for insurance coverage and policies. Read More

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People denied insurance on pre-existing conditions

August 11, 2009 The National Journal reports more than 12 million people were denied insurance coverage by companies based on pre-existing medical conditions. Read More

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Insurance companies blamed for health care situation

August 4, 2009 According to the Washington Post, 14,000 people lose their health insurance every day. Read More

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