Carmel-based insurance holding company CNO Financial Group Inc. on Wednesday reported a big third-quarter loss despite sales growth in all three of its business units.
Bankers Life and Casualty, a division of Carmel-based CNO Financial Group, said some of its customers had personal data exposed, including Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, bank account numbers and medical information.
Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. added more Medicare customers and continued to clamp down its biggest expense, benefit payouts, in the third quarter.
Much of the insurance left on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces limits patients to narrow networks of hospitals or doctors and provides no coverage outside those networks.
The plan approved by Purdue trustees on Oct. 12 met widespread opposition from faculty and staff.
Purdue University is joining a trend among large employers by limiting health care coverage for working spouses of the school's faculty and staff.
The agency said Indiana workers' compensation rates have been on a downward trend for several years because of fewer worker injuries and growing payrolls.
The nation’s second-largest health insurer has agreed to pay the government a record amount to settle potential privacy violations in the biggest known health care hack in U.S. history, officials said Monday.
The Justice Department’s approval clears the way for a merger that will create a health care giant with a hand in insurance, prescription-drug benefits and drugstores across the United States.
Former orthopedic surgeon Spyros Panos seemed like a successful orthopedic surgeon, but he’s accused of a decade-long stretch of criminal activity that netted him millions of dollars. Among the companies that indirectly used Panos' services was Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc.
Fiat Chrysler in central Indiana is among those offering basic health care for most of its employees and their families through its factory-based clinics.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said premiums for a so-called "benchmark" silver plan will drop by 2 percent in the 39 states served by the federal HealthCare.gov website.
An analysis by OneAmerica of 32 major life insurers found that it was the only one that realized a gain on its investment portfolio from 2008-2010.
The latest push to scrap the Affordable Care Act once and for all pressed ahead Wednesday as Republican-controlled states asked a federal judge to finish what Congress started last year.
Insurance companies say it will take time to design new plans and get approval from state regulators.
Carmel-based American Specialty Health specializes in connecting patients with chiropractors, acupuncturists, physical therapists and others who treat pain without using pharmaceutical drugs.
In addition to dropping the name it has used for the past 52 years, the Carmel-based public company is changing its ticker symbols on the NASDAQ market.
The Trump administration on Wednesday cleared the way for insurers to sell short-term health plans as a bargain alternative to pricey Obamacare policies for people struggling with high premiums.
The latest plan from Sen. Bernie Sanders would require historic tax increases as government replaces what employers and consumers now pay for health care, according to the analysis released Monday.
Lower medical expenses, acquisitions and enrollment gains helped profit rise 23 percent for the Indianapolis-based insurer in the second quarter.