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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Lower medical expenses, acquisitions and enrollment gains helped profit rise 23 percent for the Indianapolis-based insurer in the second quarter.
The Trump administration is preparing a regulation that would allow the resumption of billions of dollars in payments to health insurers in Obamacare, a development welcomed by Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc.
The Trump administration’s decision to suspend some Obamacare payments could help a few health insurers, but one of them isn’t going to be Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc., which stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars.
Many families are hard-pressed to meet soaring deductibles and have put off routine care or skipped medication to save money. The resulting health problems can be enormously costly for the medical system.
The Indiana Department of Insurance said it expects all 92 counties to be covered by the plans next year. The state has until Sept. 25 to approve them.
The Trump administration's latest move against "Obamacare" could jeopardize legal protections on pre-existing medical conditions for millions of people with employer coverage, particularly workers in small businesses, say law and insurance experts.
Steven Shapiro—who was blamed for a major squabble that sent three top executives fleeing from Carmel-based Baldwin & Lyons Inc. two years ago—has now himself left the insurance company.
The insurer is asking for a zoning variance to install a fenced-in lot covered by solar panels on a grassy space off Virginia Avenue.
Authorities say the former longtime Anthem investigator conspired with four others to help clinics submit false claims to the Indianapolis-based insurer for procedures not covered by insurance.
City and state officials said Tuesday they have been working with Anthem for some time but did not offer the company tax breaks in exchange for its decision to spend $20 million to renovate its huge campus on Virginia Avenue, just south of downtown.
A local couple that operates a downtown insurance firm has embarked on a “multimillion-dollar” project to rehabilitate the Vonnegut-designed structure, which recently has played host to heavy-metal concerts and league basketball.