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Money & CompanyMost major health insurers in California do a poor job of paying claims and providing customer service for members in preferred provider organization plans, according to a state survey released Thursday. The evaluation by the California Department of...
Money & CompanyWomen hold fewer than 10% of all top executive and board of directors positions within California’s 400 largest companies, according to a study released by UC Davis. Though several L.A. companies made the top 25 list of firms with the......
Tribune NewspapersUnless you've been rushed to the hospital in an emergency, the time to start thinking about paying the bill for hospital care comes as soon as your doctor says you need to have a test, procedure or surgery. "What patients have to pay hospitals is not set...
Regulators investigate Health Net security lapse involving personal information of 1.9 million peopleMoney & CompanyState regulators have opened an investigation into the security practices of insurer Health Net Inc. after the Woodland Hills company revealed the loss of computerized records containing personal information related to about 1.9 million people. The...
Money & CompanyAre you searching for health insurance for your kids? Perhaps your employer has eliminated coverage for dependents. Maybe you lost your job –- and the family benefits you once enjoyed. Your options will expand Jan. 1. That’s when California’s major....
Baltimore Sun Staff WriterAt the height of the recession last year, Deanna Ross was busy training the newly unemployed and others how to form support groups to cope with mental illness in these stressful times. Then Ross lost her own job as a regional field worker at the National...
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Morning Money Links: Happy holidays for health-care stocks; the Fed's many failures; Twitter makes moneyMoney & Company--- Christmas came early for health-care stocks: They’re up across the board today after the Senate’s critical vote on Sunday to advance a health-care reform bill that doesn’t include creation of a government-run competitor. New 52-week highs for...
The Hartford CourantIf UnitedHealthcare acquires the Northeast operations of its smaller competitor Health Net, the larger insurer won't provide enough coverage in rural areas, will control a lopsided share of the Fairfield County medical market, will likely increase...
Money & CompanyThe results of new investigations into health insurer rate hikes are heading to the desk of California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner in the coming week. A state consultant who found errors in Anthem Blue Cross’ rate filings is expected to......
Money & CompanyHealth insurance consumers concerned about rate increases can now keep track of them online by visiting the California Department of Insurance’s website. The department has launched a new electronic service to alert consumers when insurers file rates in...
Information technology workers at Health Net of the Northeast whose jobs were outsourced in the past year have qualified for federal training benefits. The health insurer said the benefits cover 54 workers involved in outsourcing in March and in 2008....
Tags: Employees, Career and Workplace, Politics
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