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Settlement Over Maryland Obamacare Exchange Puts North Dakota's Largest Insurer In A Bad Spot

Settlement Over Maryland Obamacare Exchange Puts North Dakota's Largest Insurer In A Bad Spot

It’s been a rough year for North Dakota’s largest insurer. First state officials decided to pull the health insurance for the Public Employees Retirement System – which provides coverage for over 66,000 state employees, a contract worth as much as $640 million per biennium- from Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota and give it to

North Dakota's Largest Health Insurer Subpoenaed In Obamacare Exchange Investigation

When Fargo-based Noridian (which provides health insurance to most North Dakotans as Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota) got involved in Maryland’s Obamacare exchange it ended up costing the company nearly $73 million. It also cost former CEO Paul von Ebers his job. Now it looks like the company is part of a federal

How Much Will Noridian's Maryland Obamacare Adventure Cost North Dakotans?

Maryland’s state’s health insurance exchange isn’t working and that may have fallout for North Dakota insurance customers. The state’s exchange went crashed shortly after the Oct. 1 launch date and hasn’t worked consistently since. Earlier this week a state board overseeing Maryland’s exchange voted to move away from their existing system and instead partner with a company

North Dakota Based Obamacare Exchange Contractor Projects Millions In Losses

I’ve written about Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota subsidiary Noridian and their involvement with Maryland’s botched attempt at building a state-based Obamacare exchange previously. It appears as though the Maryland situation is having a big impact on the company’s bottom line. So much so that North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm is watching

North Dakota Company Accused Of Concelaing "Lack Of Relevant Expertise" In Obamacare Fight

I’ve written before about Noridian Healthcare Solutions, a Fargo-based company of which Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota (the state’s largest health insurer) is a subsidiary, finding itself in hot water over Maryland’s failed Obamacare exchange. The food fight has migrated from the political arena to court rooms, and now one of the subcontractors

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