Just days after a Commonwealth Fund report showed that American families’ are having to send health insurance companies more and more of their income…
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Anthem, Centene, Cigna, CVS/Aetna, Humana, and UnitedHealth are bigger today than they were 12 years ago because of numerous mergers, acquisitions and a…
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United’s plan? Refuse to pay your bill if one of their “denial nurses” decides you weren't sick or hurt enough for the ER.
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94% of its total U.S. membership growth over the past 10 years was in government programs.
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I’m not in the habit of wishing bad things to happen to anybody, but yesterday, when I was at the pharmacy counter, I was wishing every member of…
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The most devious part: they've made it easier for seniors to be placed into a for-profit Medicare plans without their knowledge.
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Only 27% of Anthem's $37.9 billion in revenues came from private-paying individuals and employers.
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CVS/Aetna's spending included trips to Disney and a John Legend concert for employees.
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As the company’s profits have soared, courtesy of America taxpayers, so have Americans’ deductibles.
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The teenager, Ava Hope, has health insurance, but still can't get the care she needs.
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Meet my former colleagues: David Cordani, CEO of Cigna, and Karen Lynch, CEO of CVS Health, which now owns Aetna.
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One of the ways insurers avoid paying medical claims: jack up Americans' out-of-pocket requirements.
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