As his insurer, wasn’t its duty to represent him, its “member”? So why had it agreed to pay a grossly inflated rate, one that stuck him with a $7,088 bill for his portion?
How they're taking advantage of Medicare Advantage.
Other factors are fueling the proposed Aetna-Humana and Anthem-Cigna marriages.
Steven Brill believes insurance firms are simply getting in the way of cost control
It probably boils down to insurance companies refusing to hire and train enough customer service people to handle the influx. Not to mention, their crappy computer systems!
There seems to be no limit to the depth of corruption among Republican governors. Taking gifts, money, and now payola? Governor Nathan Deal proudly obstructs in exchange for money.
Health insurers are behaving like two year olds, trying to defeat the spirit of Obamacare in a last-ditch attempt to defeat it.
The Catfood Commission just will not die. Why am I not surprised? But you've got to love Steven Pearlstein's column this morning informing us all of the soon-to-come intervention of the "grownups in the room." Some grown-ups who have been
What topics do you suppose they want them to teach? I'm guessing it's about the benefits of a for-profit, barely-regulated health insurance industry, but that's just a wild guess. I wonder how many cancer treatments they disallowed to pay for
If you believe this, I've got a Medicare Advantage policy to sell you. UnitedHealthcare, Aetna, and Humana have pledged to continue with certain pieces of the Patient Bill of Rights if the Supreme Court should overturn the Affordable Care Act.
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