The Arizona Senate is currently considering a bill that would keep all of the existing prescription drug coverage for any medications your doctor prescribes for you, unless it's contraception.It's been the law in Arizona since 2003 that prescription contraception is treated just like any other m ... More >>
www.dividend.com Thanks for the "guidance," Humana.Starting July 1, if you use tobacco and live in Arizona, don't even think about applying for a job at insurance giant Humana -- it doesn't want you.The company announced yesterday that it will begin testing potential employees at its five ... More >>
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THE STATE'S MEDICAL SYSTEM FOR THE POOR DOESN'T KNOW WHETHER ITS CLIENTS ARE DEAD OR ALIVE. AND THAT'S HARDLY THE WORST OF THE PROBLEMS AT THE ARIZONA HEALTH CARE COST CONTAINMENT SYSTEM.
INSURER'S HONCHOS HATED LAST WEEK'S NEW TIMES COVER STORY, AND SOMEONE THREW BUNDLES OF THAT ISSUE AWAY
NEGLIGENCE BY ARIZONA'S BIGGEST HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY NEARLY KILLED JIM SELL'S WIFE. THEN CIGNA AND A MAJOR HOSPITAL WENT AFTER THEIR POCKETBOOK.
THE SURGERY WAS SUPPOSED TO GIVE THE FORMER MARCH OF DIMES POSTER CHILD A LIFE. BUT A SERIES OF ERRORS INSTEAD LED TO HER DEATH.
"CANCEL" IS ALSO A DEADLY WORD FOR MANY ARIZONANS WHO ARE LOSING HEALTH INSURANCE