New Jersey's Blue Cross Carrier Names a New CEO
Robert Marino s retiring after spending more than 40 years in the Blue Cross and Blue Shield system
Democrats Win by Reclaiming Coalition That Failed Them in 2016
David Brat has ideas about what could help Republicans do better in 2018.
State Election Results May Change ACA Fight Math
Three states could warm up to the ACA, and Susan Collins could have more confidence.
Newark to Get Apartments at Site of Defunct Baseball Stadium
Another project in the works is a new office tower for Prudential Financial.
New Jersey Sets Horizon Blue Reserve Cap
'Excess' cash was going to go to the state. Now, it will go toward meeting enrollees' needs.
New Jersey Shuts Down Government Over Fight With Blue Cross
The governor wants to make Horizon Blue the state's "insurer of last resort," and use $300 million of its reserves.
Health Insurance Bill Dealmaker Draws Fire From Both Sides
One critic posted on his Facebook page, "Repeal Obamacare or lose all the GOP gains in DC."
Carrier pays $1 million to settle health data security claims
Officials say two laptops stolen from the insurer's office were protected only by passwords.
Wells Fargo Faces California, New Jersey Probes Over Sales
Regulators investigate allegations of fraud, misconduct; Prudential also faces review after whistleblower lawsuit.
N.J. legislator introduces public option health plan bill
The JERSEYCare plan proposed in A-4211 would have to compete with private plans.