Pennsylvania Health System Offers Up-front Pricing, Prepayment

Written by  Michael Tennant A Pennsylvania health system is making a significant change in how it charges patients for procedures. Instead of sending them or their insurers a complex bill with dozens of different charges after the fact, St. Luke’s University Health Network is posting
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Hospitals facing big divide in pro- and anti-ACA states

By Beth Kutscher Bradford Regional Medical Center and Olean General Hospital sit just 20 miles apart on opposite sides of the Pennsylvania/New York border. They serve a similar patient population in the rural, forested region. They are both owned by the not-for-profit Upper Allegheny
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October 2013 Subrogation Newsletter

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Attorneys At Law Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation Third-Party Dispute If you think the recent Congressional civil war over cutting entitlements and spending, raising the debt ceiling, and funding Obamacare was a melee, welcome to
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New Pa. insurance system debuts after few glitches

Article Taken From:  Pressconnects.com HARRISBURG, PA. — A new insurance system for Pennsylvanians under President Barack Obama’s signature health care law is up and running online, but with glitches that are making enrollment difficult. Tuesday was the first day residents could revie
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States Spend $28M, Then Leave Exchanges To The Feds

Late last year, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced that her state would not build its own online insurance marketplace, a pillar of the Affordable Care Act, because there were too many unknowns. What Brewer didn’t say was that her state had spent $9 million in federal money to reach th
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