Month: September 2021

More Trouble for the Blues

On September 7, 2021, a massive group of Plaintiffs (all sponsors/administrators of, or self-insured group plans purchasing administrative services only (“ASO”) from the Defendants),[i] including Alaska Air, Albertsons Companies, American Electric Power, Boeing, Bridgestone, Burlington Northern, Conagra, Dollar General, FedEx, Kellogg, Kroger, Meijer, Publix, Walgreen, churches, benefit plans, and labor organizations filed an antitrust action … Continued

COVID-19 Hospitalizations-What do they Cost? Who will Pay?

Under applicable federal law, all private insurance plans are required to cover the entire cost associated with approved COVID-19 testing provided the test is deemed medically appropriate. The U.S. government has also paid for COVID-19 vaccines with no out-of-pocket costs regardless of whether the vaccine recipient is insured or not. But there has been no … Continued