Community Continues To Help Student With Rare Cancer The South Florida community is coming together to help a 23-year old student denied coverage for his cancer treatment.
Crowdfunding Paves Way For College Student's Cancer TreatmentA 23-year-old college student, denied coverage for his cancer treatment, will receive his first round of treatment thanks to community support by way of a funding website.
Insurance Denies Claim For Patient With Rare CancerA college student who is fighting cancer is also fighting his insurance company.
Insurers On Federal Exchanges Propose Rate IncreasesThose who purchase health insurance through the federal government exchange could see a substantial increase in their premiums next year.
Florida Senate Democrats Push Anti-Discrimination BillsDemocratic lawmakers in the Florida Senate are demanding new anti-discrimination laws meant to protect gays, pregnant women and former felons.
Health Insurers Raise 2015 Florida Exchange RatesIn Florida, eight insurance companies will raise the price of health plans and three will be lowering them through the Affordable Care Act exchange.
Florida Blue Customers Could See Rate Increase In 2015Major insurer Florida Blue could raise rates in 2015 for people who enrolled through the federal health-care exchange after seeing a large number of older and sicker enrollees.
Florida Blue Names New President The state's largest insurer has a new president. Florida Blue announced this week that Dr. René Lerer has been appointed president.
Heat Player Hands Out Thanksgiving Meals To S.Fla. FamiliesMiami Heat Guard Ray Allen gave back to the community Sunday by providing Thanksgiving meals for South Florida families.
Why Florida Blue "Canceled" Insurance Policies If you believe the headlines, millions of American’s health insurance policies are being cancelled at the moment—that includes Florida where letters are hitting mailboxes canceling some 300,000 Florida Blue Policies.
Florida Blue Dropping 300K Policy HoldersBig changes for some Florida Blue policy holders. The company announced it is dropping 300,000 customers whose policies the health insurer says aren't sufficiently comprehensive under the health care overhaul.
Cheap & Expensive Federal Health Plans In Fla. Millions of people across the U.S., including South Florida, can now enroll for coverage in the new government-run online health insurance exchanges but many encountered snarled web traffic and technical glitches during Tuesday’s big launch.