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GHI/HIP Makes Case for Conversion

Today's TimesUnion details yesterday's hearing on the proposed GHI/HIP conversion to for-profit status.

Before a table of state officials and dozens of dubious New Yorkers worried about their health insurance, officials from EmblemHealth -- owner of Group Health Inc. -- pleaded their case Thursday to take the company public.

Read the full article (time limited) here.

If the conversion interests you, check out the webcasts of the hearing (and other prior hearings) archived here at the Insurance Department's website.

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