A federal judge has approved the withdrawal of a proposed settlement of health insurance ratepayers and insurer Highmark Inc.
Healthcare costs are expected to rise this year on everything from prescription drugs to co-pays. However, there are ways you can save and even get care for free.
If you missed the Thursday Edition of the NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Afternoon News here are some of the highlights.
Speak directly to experts from Ford, Westfield Insurance and the Pennsylvania State Police about new driving laws, texting ban, teen driving laws, etc.
The entire New Jersey coastline has been redrawn by Sandy’s thunderous winds and devastating storm surge.
You may think you’re covered if you have health insurance, but Consumer Reports wants you to think again.
According to Consumer Reports, one of the most common causes of medical sticker shock is by going out-of-network.
Spending a few hours in front of your computer could save you some serious money on your car insurance bill.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to PA Department of Insurance Secretary Michael Corsedine about the details of the Highmark-West Penn Allegheny Health System merger and what it will mean to you.
Open enrollment starts this month and there’s a lot of changes in what you can choose. The problem is that no one is quite sure what the changes there are. The providers don’t know, the doctors don’t know, the human resource people don’t know- how are you supposed to know what to do?
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with Rep. Anthony DeLuca, the minority chairman of the House Insurance Committee.
A key state official in Harrisburg is speaking out on the ongoing battle between UPMC and Highmark.
In February 2010, a massive snowstorm walloped Pittsburgh. Then, in March of 2011, a tornado tore its way through Westmoreland County. Last month, a twister leveled a town in Missouri, thousands were impacted and the damage was in the millions. But, are you covered if a disaster hits your home? Nobody wants insurance — until they need it.
How would you like to save some money on car insurance? The Pennsylvania Insurance Department says many of us could save some cash, but there is a major catch.
Pittsburgh (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) Private insurance plans associated with Medicare recipients, are banking millions by investing government funds that are sent in advance, but are not yet needed. This is known as “playing the float.” […]