Hospital Group Sues Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Mississippi

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  1. JOE says:


    • Jennifer S. Wilson says:

      How ironic and unfortunate that this law suit has only come about 15 years after I personally reported a similar situation to the Federal Bureau of Investigations in Jackson, Mississippi, after wrongfully being terminated simply because I had refused to dispose of policy files, which contained policies made by the Medical Director and/or Medical Advisory Panel of Blue Cross & Blue Shield over a number of previous years. Actually, I didn’t REFUSE, but I did put in writing that it would take someone in authority, beyond myself as a mere a secretary, to do so. Unfortunately, I had previously disposed, by the request of Miss Carol Berry, ALL individual master contracts, which essentially angered the nursing staff; not toward Miss Berry,but toward me. These “MASTER CONTRACTS” were private companies, which utilized Blue Cross & BlueShield as Administrative Services Only. In other words, the contracts were to be specifically administered according to the individual company’s policies. Miss Berry requested that I dispose of those contracts and I was informed that all future claims would be paid by ONE “MASTER CONTRACT.”

      • Ed says:

        Until states like Alabama and Mississippi allow more insurance companies to work in the states this is the type of care we will get. Sad now we have ObammyCare…..doesn’t even come with a jar of KY jelly, just bend over….smile and get ready……(your democrat government at work).

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