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As Republicans maneuver to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, experts are looking for answers to a little-explored question: Will Congress still require its members to use the same insurance that it designs for the American people?
Texas hospital Humble Surgical Hospital LLC, which was slapped in December with a $51.4 million judgment related to allegations it scammed Aetna Life Insurance Co. out of millions by enticing patients to use out-of-network services and paying kickbacks to doctors, filed notice Friday that it has declared bankruptcy.
A D.C. federal judge unfairly held Anthem and Cigna to higher standards than the U.S. Department of Justice when assessing potential benefits and costs of a proposed merger, economists and scholars told the D.C. Circuit on Friday.
China Airlines' cargo division is facing two lawsuits filed last week alleging it was negligent in shipping $2 million worth of biotech materials that were damaged during their trip from Chicago to Shanghai in February 2015.
An Oklahoma jury on Wednesday ordered a former state legislator to pay $4.3 million for defaming an insurance company and its CEO after the executive was forced off the firm’s board of directors in 2013.