Nevada officials on Monday decried the Indianapolis-based insurer's decision to pull its plans from three of the state's more populous counties only weeks after it said it would not offer plans in the state's other 14 counties.
A Marion County jury deliberated less than an hour before issuing verdicts in a long-running lawsuit by Dr. Randall C. Axelrod, who was removed as vice president of health care management for WellPoint's Virginia-based east region in July 2006.
Anthem Inc. has agreed to pay $115 million to resolve consumer claims over a 2015 cyber-attack that compromised data on 78.8 million people, marking what attorneys in the case called the largest data-breach settlement in history.
Two Indianapolis-based health insurers are pulling out of Indiana’s insurance exchanges next year, citing growing uncertainty over the future of the Affordable Care Act. Together, they represent about 77,000 members who now must find other plans.
One of the nation's biggest health insurers says it will not return to Ohio's public insurance exchanges next year, a decision that could open more holes in the Affordable Care Act's increasingly thin system for helping people buy coverage.