Tag: anthem

bill howell

Speaker Howell on Anthem remaining in Virginia exchange

Virginia House Speaker William J. Howell comments following the announcement that Anthem will remain in the individual insurance exchange in 68 Virginia counties. 

SCC sets schedule to consider Anthem’s proposed purchase of Cigna

The SCC will hold a public hearing in May to consider the impact of Anthem’s proposed acquisition of Cigna and its subsidiaries.

ralph northam

Northam wins $7,000 grant for Va. schools in FitBit Challenge

Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam won first place in Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shields’ FitBit Challenge and was presented a $7,000 award for local Virginia schools.

Hillary Clinton raises concerns about healthcare mega-mergers

In a new statement released Wednesday, Hillary Clinton raised “serious concerns” about proposed mergers involving major health insurance companies Aetna and Humana, as well as Cigna and Anthem. The latter deal would combine two of New Hampshire’s largest insurers.


AG Herring encourages Anthem subscribers to take advantage of free credit monitoring following data breach

Attorney General Mark R. Herring urged Anthem subscribers in Virginia to take advantage of the two years of free credit monitoring and financial protection services being offered by the company following last month’s data breach.

Anthem alerts consumers to protect themselves from scam emails

Virginia residents who may have been impacted by the cyber attack against Anthem, should be aware of scam email campaigns targeting current and former Anthem members.

mark warner

Sen. Warner provides resources for those affected by Anthem data breach

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner provided a variety of useful resources and an online form on his Senate website for Virginians potentially impacted by the cyberattack targeting Anthem to contact his office for assistance.

AG Herring urges Virginians to be vigilant in wake of massive Anthem data breach

Attorney General Mark Herring today warned Virginians to be extremely vigilant with their financial accounts, credit reports, and other personal information in light of a massive data breach reported by Anthem, Inc., the second-largest health insurance provider in the nation and the largest insurer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Country star Scotty McCreery coming to The Paramount in Charlottesville

In two short years, Scotty McCreery became one of country’s hottest new stars, with album sales topping 1.6 million, including a platinum-selling debut album that made Billboard history.

E.W. Jackson on the meaning of September 11

September 11, 2001 will not only be remembered by all Americans as a day of infamy, but will forever mark each of us as a moment when time stood still.

Potomac Nationals

Potomac Nationals claim MILB Promotion of the Month Award

The Potomac Nationals have been given the June Promotion of the Month Award by Minor League Baseball for “Beard-A-Palooza Weekend” on June 13th-15th.

Lynyrd Skynyrd at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg this weekend

With guitars wailing and fiery melodies blazing, Lynyrd Skynyrd will unleash their signature brand of Southern style rock on guests at Busch Gardens Williamsburg on July 20.

Vote for SaraJane McDonald to sing anthem at National Cattlemen’s Beef Association convention

Rockbridge Baths teen SaraJane McDonald is a finalist in the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s 2014 National Anthem Contest. One of the four finalists in the competition will be selected to sing the national anthem at the association’s 2014 national convention in Nashville, Tenn.

Virginia Organizing thanks Anthem CEO for health care rebate

Virginia Organizing delivered a thank-you to Anthem’s CEO for a rebate check and asked for his support of Medicaid expansion in Virginia

Case against Virginia Organizing Project director continued

Virginia Organizing Project executive director Joe Szakos showed up to defend against trespassing charges in Henrico General District Court today but the main witness for the prosecution, an employee of Anthem, failed to comply with an issued subpoena to be in court. The case will be continued to Nov. 23 at 1 p.m. Assistant Commonwealth […]

Still on hold for answer on health-insurance premiums

You probably don’t like your health-insurance premiums going up, and that part of the additional money that you’re paying is being used to lobby Congress to keep the U.S. health-care system in the Dark Ages. Be careful trying to get that message across to your insurance company. You might end up in jail.