Baucus health reform bill draws fire in Indiana, too

The health insurance industry’s sudden counterpunch to the Senate version of health reform echoed in Indiana and opened a key issue for the rest of the debate: Will covering half of the country’s uninsured mean raising premiums for the 85 percent of Americans who already have insurance?
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Let's set record straight on benefits

The insurance industry and [Indiana] Chamber of Commerce are providing misleading and untruthful statements to employers and their insured members about assignment of benefits.
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Anthem needs to be reined in

[In response to a Jan. 12 story,] it's apparent that Anthem takes full advantage of the virtual monopoly it enjoys in Indiana and it does so on the backs of not only doctors and hospitals, but most assuredly on its paying customers, as well.
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Legislation takes aim at Anthem

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield's growing market dominance in Indiana is sparking a backlash from doctors who plan to push a bill this year in the Indiana General Assembly that would allow physicians to reject patients covered by massive health insurer.
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