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  • Kansas commune leader found guilty of drowning woman in pool

    A man who led a Kansas commune that collected millions of dollars in life insurance payouts from dead members was convicted of premeditated murder Wednesday in the 2003 drowning death of a female member. Daniel Perez, 55, also was found guilty of 27...
  • Data breach: Morgan & Morgan files Anthem class action

    Data breach: Morgan & Morgan files Anthem class action
    Health insurer Anthem’s huge data breach has attracted lawsuits all over the country, and now Central Florida law firm Morgan & Morgan is getting into the fray. Morgan & Morgan filed a proposed class action against Anthem on Tuesday in Orlando...
  • More will visit doctors by teleconference under proposed state law

    More will visit doctors by teleconference under proposed state law
    Imagine getting out of bed with a fever but you don't want to go to a doctor's office. "You pull up your iPad and actually see a doctor in your pajamas from your couch." That's a possibility envisioned by state Sen. Aaron Bean, R-Jacksonville, on...
  • Bone up before you buy: The ABCS of picking a Medigap policy

    People enrolling in traditional Medicare should buy a supplemental insurance policy to cover the substantial gaps left by deductibles and co-payments, according to consumer advocates. But choosing a private Medigap plan can be daunting. That's what Joyce...
  • Obamacare penalty for uninsured is due at tax time

    The Affordable Care Act required taxpayers to have qualified health care insurance in 2014. If you did not, unless you qualified for an exemption, you may be required to pay a penalty. This provision is known as "individual shared responsibility." If...
  • MNsure misses mark for health insurance signups

    MNsure fell short of its target for signups in its second round of open enrollment, the health insurance exchange announced Wednesday — another setback for the beleaguered agency that officials insist will only result in minor cuts to its budget....
  • DEA should not interfere with physicians, pain patients

    DEA should not interfere with physicians, pain patients
    "They view me as a drug addict." These words came not from a user of street drugs but from cancer patient Darlene Patsos. As reported by WESH-Channel 2, Patsos, who has stage-IV cancer, was unable to fill a prescription from her physician for much-...
  • Long Island engineering firm raided in Sandy probe

    The New York attorney general's office executed a search warrant Wednesday at a Long Island engineering firm that has been accused in civil lawsuits of submitting bogus inspection reports on homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Investigators worked...
  • Covered California may offer special Obamacare enrollment period

    Covered California may offer special Obamacare enrollment period
    California's health exchange, after notching 1.4 million in Obamacare enrollment as of Sunday's deadline, said it may give uninsured people subject to a tax penalty yet another chance to sign up. In addition, the Covered California exchange granted...
  • WhyHigh brings social media, consumer referrals together

    MILWAUKEE Zywave Inc. found success helping insurance brokers make their services stand out. Now the Milwaukee company's former president is setting out to do the same for other industries. Jim Emling, who worked his way up from a job as Zywave's first...
  • Anthem data breach poses a big test for its CEO

    Anthem data breach poses a big test for its CEO
    In unusually blunt terms, the chief executive of Anthem Inc. told investors recently that his company and the health insurance industry rank last in customer service. That was before the insurance giant disclosed a massive data breach last week...
  • Anthem says hackers had access to customer data back to 2004

    Anthem says hackers had access to customer data back to 2004
    Insurance giant Anthem Inc. said Thursday that hackers had access to customer data going back to 2004 as investigations continue into the massive breach. The nation's second-largest health insurer disclosed the new time frame as it prepares to offer two...