More than a million Californians will receive rebates from their health insurers next week. The refunds are the first tangible results of the federal health care overhaul.
Even for those with health insurance, lab tests can end up costing a fortune if patients don’t ask some questions first.
Now that the Affordable Care Act has been ruled on by the highest court in the land, participation in the health insurance program is the next hurdle for proponents. And, it stands to reason that the medical community will have a lot to say to state officials across the nation who are thinking of “opting out.”
After Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act, several million Californians could be among the first in the nation to qualify for government subsidized insurance because of state efforts.
SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) – Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones has announced that American International Group, Inc. (AIG) will pay California $15.6 million in penalties to settle allegations that its insurance companies under-reported workers’ compensation premiums over […]
A Northern California driver thinks a mistake on his record caused his car insurance to double.
A college professor and mother of two with a serious illness said a Bay Area hospital denied potentially life-prolonging treatment, despite approval from her insurance company.
An estimated 53,000 residents in Contra Costa County are eligible for free health care under the Low Income Health Program, but just over 10,000 people are enrolled.
Some Capitola small business owners recently found out how hard it is to resolve a claim dispute with an insurance provider when they found their requests denied after the March floods.
When most people buy insurance, they think they are covered. But when disaster strikes, not all insurance companies or policies are created equal.