Health & Insurance

Taft: Data breach tips and recovery plans for health care

July 12, 2017
Here are some brief tips about preventing and dealing with cyberattacks from Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness & Response materials for those entities that operate in the health care field.
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Kiefer: Health care fraud enforcement still top priority under Trump

July 12, 2017
Despite election rhetoric that led many to believe that Donald Trump, if elected, would reduce enforcement of criminal laws against U.S. corporations and business executives, President Trump has instead ratcheted up the enforcement of laws involving health care fraud.
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Potential death of Affordable Care Act likely to cut taxes

May 31, 2017
Marilyn Odendahl
The American Health Care Act, which seeks to repeal and replace the ACA, passed the House on a party-line vote but has not gained much traction in the Senate. In fact, the upper chamber is crafting its own repeal-and-replace legislation that could differ widely from the House proposal.
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Anthem abandons battle for Cigna after court deals blow to deal

May 12, 2017
 Bloomberg News
Anthem Inc.’s nearly two-year effort to buy rival insurer Cigna Corp. is officially dead.
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Attorneys trying to stay apprised, advise clients as Congress weighs health care reform

February 22, 2017
Marilyn Odendahl
The Affordable Care Act brought a sea change to the health care industry, and whatever replaces it is expected to bring another. Attorneys practicing health care law or with clients greatly impacted by the rules and regulations of the ACA are scrambling to stay afloat.
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Anthem, Cigna blast one another over blocked insurer merger

February 20, 2017
 Bloomberg News
Cigna Corp. and Anthem Inc. are trading accusations of harassment and sabotage in competing lawsuits as the two health companies feud publicly in the wake of a stalled $48 billion merger.
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Judge blocks Cigna from scuttling $48B deal with Anthem

February 16, 2017
 Bloomberg News
Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. on Wednesday won a court ruling temporarily blocking Cigna Corp. from scuttling a $48 billion merger between the health insurers.
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Anthem sues to block Cigna from terminating $48B merger

February 15, 2017
 Bloomberg News, Indianapolis Business Journal
Indianapolis-based Anthem Inc. further escalated its fight with Cigna Corp. on Wednesday morning, announcing it has filed a lawsuit in Delaware that seeks a temporary restraining order to prevent the Connecticut-based insurer from terminating their $48 billion merger.
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Cigna rejects $48B Anthem takeover, sues for damages

February 14, 2017
 Associated Press
Cigna says it is rejecting Anthem's proposed $48 billion acquisition bid and suing the Blue Cross-Blue Shield insurer.
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Anthem vows to appeal ruling blocking $48B Cigna purchase

February 9, 2017
 Bloomberg News, Indianapolis Business Journal
Anthem Inc. on Thursday morning vowed to appeal a federal judge's ruling that blocked its $48 billion purchase of Cigna Corp. on the grounds it would be anticompetitive.
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Federal court expected to block Anthem-Cigna deal, report says

January 19, 2017
Indianapolis Business Journal
Anthem Inc. on Thursday said it was extending the termination date for its pending $54 billion merger with Cigna Corp.—a deal that is expected to be blocked by a federal judge, according to a new media report.
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Anthem-Cigna merger goes to judge for ruling that could end deal

December 14, 2016
 Bloomberg News
The first phase of the U.S. Justice Department’s lawsuit to halt Anthem Inc.’s planned takeover of rival insurer Cigna Corp. is in the hands of a federal judge after the government wrapped up its arguments Tuesday that the deal would harm competition in the national insurance market.
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Anthem’s Cigna takeover could draw $3B Blue Cross fine, exec testifies

December 1, 2016
 Bloomberg News
Anthem Inc. could face a penalty of about $3 billion from the national Blue Cross Blue Shield Association if it fails to derive the bulk of its nationwide revenue from Blue-branded products after acquiring Cigna Corp., according to testimony from an Anthem executive during a U.S. antitrust trial in Washington.
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House seeks delay in health law appeal pending new president

November 22, 2016
 Associated Press
The Republican-led House of Representatives is asking the federal appeals court in Washington to delay consideration of a case involving the Obama health care law because Donald Trump has pledged to repeal and replace it when he becomes president.
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Auditor says Eskenazi Health fired her for identifying improper billing

November 11, 2016
Indianapolis Business Journal, John Russell
A compliance auditor at Eskenazi Health claims she was fired after alerting her supervisor that the hospital was improperly billing the federal government and Indiana for potentially hundreds of patients whose bills were already being paid by research grants.
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Fired manager files discrimination suit against Eskenazi Health

November 10, 2016
Indianapolis Business Journal, John Russell
A former manager at Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis claims she was fired after complaining that her boss was pressuring her to hire more minorities.
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Stanley ruling extends to government medical reimbursements

October 21, 2016
Dave Stafford
The Indiana Supreme Court on Friday extended the admission of evidence of reduced health care payments in personal injury suits to include reimbursements from government payers.
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Indiana Supreme Court won't take case over medical bills

October 10, 2016
 Associated Press
The Indiana Supreme Court has declined to take a case involving a man who was seriously injured in a crash and amassed over $625,000 in medical bills.
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Anthem, Cigna may be forced to reveal merger-dispute documents

October 7, 2016
 Bloomberg News
Anthem Inc. and Cigna Corp. should be required to reveal documents in which the health insurance companies accuse each other of breaching their merger agreement, according to an adviser to the judge overseeing a U.S. lawsuit seeking to block the deal.
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Anthem, Cigna accusing one another of merger breach, US says

September 22, 2016
 Bloomberg News
Anthem Inc. and Cigna Corp., the health insurers fighting a U.S. antitrust lawsuit, have accused one another of breaching their $48 billion merger agreement, the Justice Department said in a court filing.
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COA affirms health services provider in contempt for not producing records

September 14, 2016
Olivia Covington
The Indiana Court of Appeals has affirmed that Meridian Health Services was in contempt of court when it failed to provide a patient’s father with her health records after a subpoena ordered the health services provider to do so.
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DOJ willing to consider settlement in Anthem, Cigna merger

August 12, 2016
 Bloomberg News
A Justice Department lawyer on Friday told the judge in the antitrust case over Anthem Inc.’s $48 billion takeover of Cigna Corp. that the government was willing to hear settlement offers from the companies.
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Aetna judge hands off Anthem merger case to speed trials

August 8, 2016
 Bloomberg News
The judge overseeing two U.S. cases challenging mergers among four of the biggest health insurers gave up one case, improving the odds for rulings on both tie-ups by the end of the year and reducing the chance they fall apart beforehand.
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Anthem says Cigna deal at risk without merger ruling by year-end

August 5, 2016
 Bloomberg News
Anthem Inc. says its planned takeover of Cigna Corp. is in danger of collapsing unless there’s a quick trial to resolve a U.S. lawsuit seeking to block the deal.
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Reversal: HHGregg prevails in appeal over managers’ bonuses

July 22, 2016
Dave Stafford
HHGregg senior managers are not entitled to share in $40 million in life insurance proceeds from the 2012 death of executive chairman of the board Jerry Throgmartin, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Friday, reversing a trial court ruling in the managers’ favor.
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