5 payers recently fined by states

Payers have faced state penalties in 2024 for slow reimbursements, improper claims denials, or the sale of unapproved products.

Five payers fined by state insurance commissioners in 2024:

Anthem BCBS Virginia will pay $362,000 to settle allegations that it violated state law, including improper denial of claims and incorrect reimbursements, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported in July.

Cigna was fined $600,000 by Texas in June for failing to comply with multiple independent claims dispute resolution requirements under state law.

UnitedHealthcare was fined $546,500 by Utah in May for selling unapproved health plans to state residents.

Molina Healthcare of Washington was fined $100,000 for enrollment and billing errors in March.

Anthem Blue Cross of California was fined $690,000 in January for failure to reimburse providers and members in a timely manner.

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