RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Insurance

A collection of news and information related to Insurance published by this site and its partners.

Top Insurance Articles

Displaying items 85-96
  • Malloy taps former Cigna executive as insurance commissioner

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is nominating a former Cigna Corp. executive as Connecticut's newest insurance commissioner. The Democrat announced Friday that Katharine Wade of Simsbury will replace Thomas Leonardi, who resigned in December to work with a New...
  • Taking the pulse of Obama's health care law at age 5

    WASHINGTON With more than 50 congressional repeal votes, a near-death Supreme Court experience and a botched marketplace debut to its credit, the Affordable Care Act has had a tortured five-year existence as the Republican Party's legislative enemy No. 1....
  • Why did it take 7 months to learn Blue Shield lost tax-exempt status?

    Why did it take 7 months to learn Blue Shield lost tax-exempt status?
    Health insurance giant Blue Shield of California and state tax authorities both came under fire for not disclosing seven months ago a landmark decision taking away the insurer's tax-exempt status, which had been in place since 1939. The Times first...
  • Florida Hospital: 2 employees copied records of 9,000 patients

    Florida Hospital: 2 employees copied records of 9,000 patients
    Two Florida Hospital employees printed portions of medical records of as many as 9,000 patients from January 2012 to May 2014, the hospital announced on Friday. The hospital is notifying the affected patients on Friday. Hospital campuses in Orange,...
  • Blue Shield seeks to avoid disclosing its price for Care1st

    Blue Shield seeks to avoid disclosing its price for Care1st
    Nonprofit insurer Blue Shield of California, already under scrutiny for its huge cash reserves and lack of disclosure, is refusing to say how much it's spending to acquire a Monterey Park insurance company and is seeking confidentiality from state...
  • Ask a Real Estate Pro: Public adjuster can aid in insurance dispute

    Ask a Real Estate Pro: Public adjuster can aid in insurance dispute
    Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/business/realestate each Friday. To ask him a question, visit SunSentinel.com/askpro Q: There was a flood a few floors above my condo, so my unit and its...
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 19 Don't use budget to change long-term care In his 2010 race for governor, Scott Walker promised on his campaign web site to "strip policy and pork projects from the state budget. The budget process should be about...
  • Sears says paying vendors early doesn't indicate supply chain troubles

    Sears says paying vendors early doesn't indicate supply chain troubles
    Sears took to its blog Thursday to say paying its vendors early doesn't indicate trouble in its supply chain. But one corporate restructuring expert says that's often exactly what it means. In a Thursday report, The Wall Street Journal said Sears has...
  • Georgia Senate committee approves House bill on car hailing

    A bill that would give Uber and other ride-sharing services clear sailing to keep operating in Georgia on Thursday passed the state Senate's powerful Science and Technology Committee. The bill by Republican Rep. Alan Powell of Hartwell passed in a...
  • Bill would require fertility benefits for lesbians

    Bill would require fertility benefits for lesbians
    If Fiona M. Jardine had a husband, the expensive fertility treatments she's now undergoing would be covered by her health plan. But Jardine, 29, is married to a woman, so she and her wife have to pay out of pocket. A bill that would grant married...
  • Citizens Property Insurance Corp. shrinks to fewest policies ever

    Citizens Property Insurance Corp. shrinks to fewest policies ever
    A multi-pronged approach to put more homeowner policies into the hands of private insurers has gotten Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to its smallest size since its creation more than a decade ago. The "depopulation" steps have reduced the policy...
  • Premera hit by cyberattack, 11M customers may be affected

    SEATTLE Premera Blue Cross said Tuesday approximately 11 million customers may be victims of a cyberattack on the health insurance company. Premera, based in Mountlake Terrace, said it discovered the attack on Jan. 29, but that it initially took place...