That could price $80 million more than the first 3 years.
Calif. Insurers team on huge digital medical records plan Blue Shield of California and Anthem Blue Cross will work together to keep and share digital records for approximately 9 million patients, that could price $80 million more than the first 3 years hors cote . The not-for-profit Blue Shield of California and Anthem Blue Cross, a subsidiary of private insurance giant WellPoint, announced that they are starting the California Integrated Data Exchange, medical-sharing portal with information about 9 million plan people . Kaiser Health News: Capsules: Large California Insurers Invite Others TO BECOME LISTED ON Data Network Now that two of California's biggest health insurers have teamed up on a project to share individuals' digitized medical information, they are planning to invite other companies to join.
Calif. Marketplace reviews half of callers hang up the phone before getting help Officials also said that the web insurance exchange is attracting more Hispanic customers, an integral constituency for the marketing work. Also, in Minnesota, officials announce an attempt to improve enrollment of young adults. Los Angeles Times: Half Of Callers To Protected California Give Up As Deadline Looms Almost half of callers to California's medical health insurance exchange in February and March couldn't get through and abandoned their contact, state figures show. At its monthly panel meeting, the exchange said 32 percent of health strategy enrollees in the initial two weeks of March described themselves as Latino.