Cambia Health Solutions

A.M. Best Takes Various Rating Actions on Cambia Health Solutions, Inc. Affiliates

A Cambia spokesman said the negative outlook by A.M. Best reflected business challenges that are being broadly felt by the healthcare industry.

Three of the health plans administered by Regence – in Utah, Oregon and Washington experienced underwriting losses that exceeded $260 million since 2011, which led A.M. Best – an insurance rating service – to give Regence a negative rating.

Cambia Calls it Quits with Wellero

The parent company of the Regence health plans has shut down this web technology payment system.

With barely a whimper, Cambia Health Solutions sounded the death knoll this week on one of its latest innovation to transform the healthcare marketplace – Wellero, which was intended to make to easier for patients to pay their medical bills before leaving a doctor’s office.

Lawsuit Against Cambia Health Solutions Heads to Trial

A former executive medical director asserts that Cambia breached his contract, abruptly firing him without cause.

Cambia Health Solutions – the parent company of Regence BlueCross BlueShield – lost an attempt to dismiss a case brought by a former medical director who had been abruptly fired. .

The Lund Report Close to Reaching its Challenge Grant

You – our avid readers – can help us reach our goal – and feel proud about supporting the only independent news site in Oregon that covers the healthcare industry and never accepts advertisements.

We’re almost there. So close we can almost taste the thrill of reaching out goal – to raise $31,000 by October 31.

As of today, we’ve brought in $23,700. Now we just have to wind the corner in the next two weeks – with your help.

Cambia Hit with Lawsuit from Fired Employee

Douglas Goldsby contends he was let go because he needed to take time off to deal with his medical condition.

Cambia Health Solutions faces an unlawful employment practice lawsuit from an employee who worked for the nonprofit health insurance corporation since 1993.

LifeWise Joins Regence in Backing Away From Small Employer Exchange

The Lund Report
Providence insists it over-calculated its proposed rates for individuals and is asking the state’s insurance commissioner for permission to adjust those rates

May 10, 2013 -- Now that the health insurers have shown their hands and announced whether they intend to participate in Oregon’s insurance exchange, it’s clear that Regence BlueCross BlueShield isn’t alone in backing away from the SHOP (small employer) exchange.

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