Health Insurance Companies Really Hate Your Sick Children

Health Insurance Companies Really Hate Your Sick Children

The health insurance industry is generally known for its efficiency, generosity and — of course — for its customer-first attitude. That’s why it comes as such a shock that several of the more beloved insurance institutions like Wellpoint, Aetna, Cigna and United Healthcare have decided to stop selling you insurance policies for your sick children. [More]

Worst Company In America: Ticketmaster VS United Healthcare

Worst Company In America: Ticketmaster VS United Healthcare

A health care company that insures 70 million individuals nationwide? Or the ticket scalper’s best friend? Which company ruins your day?

Worst Company In America: Apple VS United Healthcare

Worst Company In America: Apple VS United Healthcare

Do pricey, pretty computers have a dark side? Or will you choose a health care company that insures 70 million individuals nationwide? Who will feel your wrath?

UnitedHealth Unapproves Surgery From 2 Years Ago, Wants $7700 Back

UnitedHealth Unapproves Surgery From 2 Years Ago, Wants $7700 Back

United Health Care, not content with merely denying life saving cancer procedures or refusing to pay for basic (covered!) checkups, took things to a new level by retroactively un-approving procedures they paid for in 2005. They sent reader Suzanne a letter and a bill for $7700, claiming the pay-out was an “administrative error”, and she needed to pay up. Check out the details, inside.