Victoria Colliver

San Francsico Chronicle

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Staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, covering the healthcare industry

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Health insurance companies are infamous for increasing rates, not for refunds.

Blue Shield Gives Back Another $285M in Profits

Health insurance companies are infamous for increasing rates, not for refunds.

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As  we reported  last week on this program, 8 million Californians – 25% of the population -- are without health insurance, which means that California is likely to be impacted more…

How Will Healthcare Reform Impact California?

As we reported last week on this program, 8 million Californians – 25% of the population -- are without health insurance, which means that California is likely to be impacted more…

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