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Poll: Nearly half of Americans don't know status of health reform
February 25th, 2011

A February poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation reveals considerable confusion among Americans regarding health reform. The survey also found that, even among those in favor of repealing of the law, support for individual reform provisions is high.

Aetna debuts phone consultations for non-urgent care in Texas and Florida
February 24th, 2011

Most Aetna subscribers in Texas and Florida can now receive phone consultations for non-urgent care. The new service is being rolled out as a benefit for members of fully-insured medical plans in the two states.

Cignet Health fined $4.3 million for violations to privacy law
February 24th, 2011

In the first ever civil money penalty imposed by the government for violations of a federal privacy law by a covered entity, Cignet Health has been ordered to pay a $4.3 million fine.

Kaiser Permanente recognized for customer service, electronic health record implementation
February 22nd, 2011

In a trio of honors, Kaiser Permanente has been recognized for its customer service, customer loyalty and implementation of electronic health records.

Assurant Health offers free advocacy service to members with high out-of-pocket costs
February 16th, 2011

Some Assurant Health members may be able to get a little extra help in managing and minimizing their out-of-pocket expenses. The health insurance company has teamed up with Health Payment Advocates to provide free payment advocacy service to members.

Survey says: Boomers less likely to search for health care information
February 16th, 2011

When it comes to searching for information on health care treatments and pricing, younger people are more likely to do research. That's according to the EBRI/MGA 2010 Health Confidence Survey.

Blue Cross Blue Shield sheds light on health care costs
February 15th, 2011

An online tool promises to allow Blue Cross Blue Shield members across the nation the opportunity to compare prices for common health care services.

UnitedHealth Group offers consumer tools in honor of American Heart Month
February 14th, 2011

Teaming up with Woman's Day magazine, UnitedHealth Group is working to promote healthy heart habits during American Heart Month.

Aetna income increases 38 percent in 2010
February 11th, 2011

Health insurer Aetna released its fourth quarter and full year financial results for 2010. Despite declining revenues, the company reports a significant increase in net income.

Employer survey finds businesses want repeal of health reform
February 11th, 2011

In the latest attempt to gauge satisfaction with health reform among employers, Marketing Strategies International found that most businesses give a thumbs down to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Commonwealth Fund measures state health system equity
February 10th, 2011

A survey conducted by The Commonwealth Fund found that Midwestern and New England states dominated the top, and Southern states the bottom, in providing affordable health care access to citizens.

Government says student health plans must comply with Affordable Care Act
February 10th, 2011

In issuing new regulations, the Department of Health and Human Services has signaled that student health insurance will be held to the same standards as other medical plans.

Little competition exists among health insurance companies, AMA study says
February 9th, 2011

An American Medical Association health insurance study finds that most American markets are dominated by just one or two insurers

Republican Governors ask for changes to health insurance exchange plan
February 9th, 2011

States will be required to set up health insurance exchanges by 2014 to allow individuals to purchase subsidized health plans, but the Republican Governors Association says the plan is doomed to failure unless changes are made.

Blue Shield of California agrees to delay health insurance rate hike
February 8th, 2011

In the face of mounting public pressure, Blue Shield of California has agreed to honor a request that it delay a scheduled health insurance premium increase by 60 days.

Government report says health reform will lower premiums; health insurers disagree
February 7th, 2011

The latest volley in the debate over the cost of health reform came from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). On Jan. 28, the department issued a report finding that families and small businesses can expect significant savings on health insurance costs.

Consultants say group health insurance not likely to disappear
February 4th, 2011

Research conducted by U.S. consulting firm Booz & Company indicates half of those insured will still have employer-sponsored group coverage after health reform takes hold. However, the number of those enrolled in employer-sponsored plans will see a 12 percent decline from today's figures.