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Michigan Blues would pay $30M to resolve 'most favored nation' lawsuit

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is willing to fork out $29.9 million to resolve a consolidated lawsuit that claims the insurer used "most favored nation" clauses in its provider contracts, reported Crain's Detroit Business.

Health Net illegally denied doc-ordered care, lawsuit says

Health Net has illegally denied patients' medical treatments even though they've been ordered by physicians, according to a lawsuit from the Los Angeles County Medical Association (LACMA) and two patients.

Texas Blues owes provider $3.7M, lawsuit says

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas owes $3.7 million to a health provider system for contested claims that left patients facing pricey medical bills, according to a lawsuit against the insurer.

Whistleblower sues Montana Blues over alleged retaliation

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana (BCBSMT) is facing a lawsuit from its former chief marketing officer, who alleged that the insurer fired her because she reported its illegal actions, according to

Humana sues over Concentra mention during Rush Limbaugh ad

Humana is suing a company it claims infringed on its trademark by using its subsidiary's name in advertisements that aired on the Rush Limbaugh radio show. The insurer claims it has suffered the

Blue Shield pays $2M to settle recission case

Blue Shield of California is paying $2 million to settle allegations that it improperly stopped covering members when they became sick and required expensive treatment. The insurer decided to settle

Anthem 'excessive' rate hike lawsuit heads to state Supreme Court

Insurance companies should keep a close eye on a case involving Anthem Health Plans of Maine, which sued the state because it says regulators violated state law and the U.S. Constitution when they