CBS 2 Uncovers A Lack Of State Oversight Over Insurance Providers When It Comes To Wheelchair Coverage
Chicago Crossing Guards, Now Inactive With No In-Person School, Worry They May Lose Health InsuranceIn a potential pandemic casualty, hundreds of Chicago crossing guards fear they may lose their health insurance in just a few weeks.
U.S. Supreme Court To Consider Affordable Care Act TuesdayThe U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments, Tuesday, about the future of the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.
Cook County Public Guardian Says State Health Care Change Could Put 18,000 Foster Kids At RiskMedical care for 18,000 foster children is at risk, according to Cook County Public Guardian Charles Golbert.
First Openly Transgender Person to Enlist in Military Opens Up About Battle Over Promised Coverage For SurgeryGov. JB Pritzker expanded Medicaid coverage to include gender affirming surgery more than a year ago. So why all the hold-ups?
Critically Ill Man Who Needs Partner's Health Insurance Says He Got Runaround On Marriage Certificate, Until CBS 2 Stepped InDarien Means didn’t have time to waste after a difficult diagnosis, and he said he wasn’t getting any straight answers from the Clerk’s office until we got involved.
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The Fight Furloughed Workers Face With No Income And No Health InsuranceExperts said people who were laid off due to COVID-19 have 60 days to apply for health insurance through state plans.
Woman Appalled After Being Denied Health Insurance Because Of Sex Assault-Related PTSDVictimized again – that’s how a suburban woman feels after she said an insurance company denied her one level of coverage because of her past mental health issues.
Comptroller Orders IT Contract Progress Reports Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza has suspended $5.7 million in payments on an online state-employee health insurance program, a project so botched it also prompted her to begin ordering performance reports for all large state technology contracts.
UnitedHealthcare Broadens Direct Drug Rebate ProgramBeginning next year, all new employer-sponsored health plan customers that use UnitedHealthcare must give the discounts they get to consumers at the point of sale, the insurer said Tuesday.
Insurer Accused Of Selling Fake Comprehensive Health Plans; 'One Of The Most Egregious I've Seen'Patients buried in medical bills when they thought they were covered by comprehensive medical insurance; they bought policies that promised a lot, but covered almost nothing.
Former Employees In Debt After Company Bankruptcy Leaves Medical Bills UnpaidEmployees who worked for a local chain of stores are drowning in debt after the chain's closing left them in hundreds and thousands of dollars of debt in medical bills and no insurance to pay.
Short Term Insurance Leaves Man In Financial Crisis, Advocacy Groups Work To Regulate PlansCritics of short term insurance plans say they can be a long term disaster, saying they’re often misleading, leaving people without the coverage they thought they had.
Cancer Patient Finds Out Insurer Won't Cover His $1M In TreatmentHow did Sam Bloechl go nearly $1 million in the hole after switching health insurance polices, at the urging of a broker? CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.