By: Timothy W. Martin, Christopher Weaver and Arian Campo-Flores Efforts to clear logjams in the federal health law’s new online insurance marketplaces met with only modest success Wednesday, with strong traffic exacerbating waits and relatively few consumers able to enroll in p
By: Christopher Weaver, Shira Ovide and Louise Radnofsky Six days into the launch of insurance marketplaces created by the new health-care law, the federal government acknowledged for the first time Sunday it needed to fix design and software problems that have kept customers from app
Article Written by: Magaly Olivero Taken From: NH Register Time is running out for thousands of uninsured Connecticut residents who must decide whether to comply with a federal mandate to buy health insurance starting Jan. 1 or pay a penalty instead. “We are undertaking a par
The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California recently held in Dubaich v. Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., C.D. Cal., No. 2L11-cv-10670-DMG-AJW (April 25, 2013), that a health plan participant could not obtain coverage for treatment of her degenerative disc dis
According to industry experts, roughly 25% of the $4-$6 billion annual stop loss market is sold through independent Managing General Underwriters. Another unknown, but certainly hefty, share is sold through “captive MGUs” — MGUs wholly owned or controlled by carriers
HARTFORD, Conn. — In the nation’s insurance capital, the hunt to find uninsured people and get them enrolled in the state’s new online health insurance marketplace has already begun. Officials working for Access Health CT, created under the federal health law, have collected names of
The debate over whether or not Connecticut’s health insurance exchange should negotiate the price of health plans with insurance companies is heating up, creating a major divide between business and consumer interests. Read More..
The beginning of 2012 ushered in seven new requirements for health insurance coverage provided by employers to Connecticut residents that proponents say will save lives and money in the long run. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” said state Sen. Joseph Cri