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Employers, beware of health insurance scams (Westchester County Business Journal)
According to a 2004 U.S. Govern-ment Accountability Office (GAO) study, some 15,000 employers fell victim to health insurance scams between 2000 and 2002. The scam artists, who target mostly small and medium-sized companies, collect premiums and may even pay some claims before simply disappearing, leaving employees with uncovered medical bills and employers to deal with the wreckage in their
Ask the HMO Physician (Online Journal)
Adobe Acrobat Reader required. Click here to download a free copy. April 25, 2005 Don''t have health insurance? Can''t afford a checkup for the kids? Need to put mom or dad in a nursing home without going bankrupt? If so, here''s the good news: The HMO Physician is in!
Zion''s Garden helps fill the void (Glenwood Springs Post Independent)
RIFLE - A visit to Zion''s Garden Health and Wellness Center won''t cost more than $60 regardless of what, if any, insurance the patient has. In fact, a visit with one of the nurse practitioners at the clinic could cost as little as $10, depending on where the patient falls on the sliding income scale.
BUILDER Online: Home Building News, Home Plans, Home Design Ideas and Building Products for Home Builders (Builder Online)
BUILDER Online provides home builders with home building news, home plans, home design ideas, and building product information, helping them manage their home building operations efficiently and profitably.
Week in review (Traverse City Record-Eagle)
MANCELONA - The tide may have swung in favor of a first-ever sewer system for this community. Bill Avery now supports it. Avery, owner of Avery s Restaurant on U.S. 131 in the village, was among the most vocal critics of earlier attempts to bring a sewer system to town.
Pfizer Inc First-Quarter 2005 Performance Report (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Pfizer today reported financial results for the first quarter of 2005.
Coping with the uninsured (BizJournals)
Businesses that can''t afford health insurance for their employees could have an affordable new option.
Covering Costs (BizJournals)
Georgia''s small businesses would be able to provide their employees with scaled-down health insurance plans at a lower cost under the terms of a bill passed in the closing hours of the Georgia General Assembly.
Guzzino steering Humana in consumer-driven world (BizJournals)
Not quite three years ago, Humana Inc. plucked Alan "Al" Guzzino from its Jacksonville, Fla., market and appointed him Humana''s Georgia market president. The powers that be were hoping Guzzino, credited with reviving Humana''s commercial membership in Jacksonville -- it increased 40 percent under his watch -- might be able to craft a similar membership uptick in Atlanta, as well as throughout
Bill offers small businesses benefit choices (The Valdosta Daily Times)
VALDOSTA â€” Providing health insurance coverage is becoming increasingly difficult for small businesses.