Aetna Customers Get $17 Million In HIV Privacy SettlementAfter thousands of customers' HIV statuses were revealed in mailings last year, a federal class-action lawsuit against health care company Aetna has reached a $17 million settlement.
CVS Pushes Into Insurance With $69 Billion Aetna BidThe mammoth acquisition pairs a company that runs more than 9,700 drugstores and 1,100 walk-in clinics with an insurer covering around 22 million people.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | August 19Chris discussed Olympic swimmers admitting they lied about being robbed in Rio, Donald Trump's plan to tour flooding in Louisiana, and new details regarding gifts received by Philadelphia DA Seth Williams. At 7:00, he spoke with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Aetna pulling back from their participation in the Obamacare exchanges and at 8:00, he spoke with foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski about the $400 million payment made to Iran.
Aetna Leaving Pennsylvania's Health Insurance MarketplaceThe company insures about 31,000 people statewide, but they won't lose health coverage.
Aetna To Pull Out Of Most Obamacare ExchangesAetna will only sell Obamacare products in Delaware, Iowa, Nebraska and Virginia.
Aetna Increases Minimum Wage For EmployeesActivists across the country will rally for a higher minimum wage today, calling economic justice part of the unfinished business of Martin Luther King's legacy. One company is putting itself out in front of that movement.
Some Customers Cash In On Health Care Reform If you have an individual health plan with Aetna, you're in for a pleasant surprise. The company will be mailing rebate checks to customers in Pennsylvania. It’s part of the Affordable Care Act.
Stigall Show Log 1.23.14Chris covers the birth of a child on a sled in Roxborough, a new video of the Mayor or Toronto, Rob Ford, and a new poll on Millienials living in Philadelphia. He also talks to CBS News Reporter Sharyl Attkisson.
Health Watch: What Happens When An Insurance Company Tells You No?Blood tests are vital for taking care of patients, and they’re usually covered by insurance. But what happens when the insurance company says no?
Problem Solved: Hospital Stay ReimbursementDoes fighting with insurance companies about medical coverage sound familiar? One Delaware grandmother was supposed to be reimbursed, but wasn’t.