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Excellus Bluecross Blueshield rebates $3.1 million to New Yorkers

Consumer complaints came in to AG's health care bureau hotline

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman answers a question during a news conference in his New York City office. (AP photo)
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman answers a question during a news conference in his New York City office. (AP photo)

The office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today announced a $3.1 million settlement with Excellus Bluecross Blueshield.

The settlement requires the insurer to pay refunds plan members. Officials say the members overpaid health care providers as a result of improper accounting for deductibles at Excellus. Excellus said the accounting problems were due to a technology glitch.

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