Cancer Patient Loses Health Insurance Over $.02 Error

Cancer Patient Loses Health Insurance Over $.02 Error

The wife of a Vietnam War vet with multiple myeloma accidentally typed a “7″ instead a “9″ when she made a payment to Ceridian, the company that administers his COBRA benefits, meaning the $328.69 payment was short by two cents. And as the couple learned, being .006% in arrears is enough to have one’s health coverage canceled. [More]