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James Scott Bradley
James Scott Bradley
Sr. V.P. of Employee Benefits for Cook, Hall & Hyde, Inc. and an employee benefits expert specializing in developing creative solutions to managing healthcare costs.

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Oct. 25, 2008 8:39 am
Reports of serious adverse events and deaths in young girls and women following administration with Merck & Co. 's Gardasil are likely not related to the cervical-cancer vaccine, federal health officials said Wednesday WSJ Article  Read More
Oct. 23, 2008 1:37 pm
The attached document below contains final rules governing the provisions prohibiting discrimination based on a health factor for group health plans and issuers of health insurance coverage offered in connection with a group health plan.   These final regulations apply for plan years beginning on or after July 1, 2007.   Final Regs  Read More
Oct. 16, 2008 6:25 pm
Business with 51 or more employees that offers coverage for mental health services is required to provide the same level of deductibles, copayments, out-of-pocket expenses, co-insurance, covered hospital stays and covered outpatient visits for mental health services and addiction services as it does for physical ailments, said Hannah Vanderbush, deputy press secretary for Sen. Pete Domenici,...  Read More
Oct. 16, 2008 6:17 pm
This Hewitt report indicates that the average health plan increases across the U.S will average between 6%-7% for 2009 with several exceptions for metropolitan areas that experienced increases as high 11%.     Jim Winkler, North American practice leader of Hewitt's Health Management Consulting business states "The "Employers continue to diligently manage health care costs through...  Read More
Oct. 16, 2008 5:48 pm
On September 15, 2008 Staten Island University Hospital agreed to return $88.9 million that prosecutors say it fraudulently obtained from government health insurance programs, one of the largest settlements of such a claim ever paid by a single hospital.   This is the fraud that will continue under a single payor health care delivery system.     Read more  Read More
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