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But altering the charges and diagnoses retroactively also makes it appear as if Zoom was treating a less healthy population and lowers the amount Zoom pays into risk adjustment.
Hours after Mr Comey's sacking, CNN reported that sources confirmed federal prosecutors have issued grand jury subpoenas seeking business records from people who worked with former Trump administration US national security adviser Michael Flynn when he was a private citizen.Zoom, a health care startup based in Oregon, is on the brink of a meltdown.The FBI has issued a subpoena to Zoom, and numerous people have either quit or been laid off, according to interviews with several former Zoom employees.Oregon has taken Zoom's insurance arm into receivership, and the company is dissolving its insurance operations.Sanders has touted Zoom by calling it "Kaiser 4.0," referring to the popular Kaiser Permanente system.Zoom caters to the younger, healthier millennial crowd and therefore was expected to pay into risk adjustment to offset the insurers that took on more expensive members.
But that did not go over well with Sanders, the former employees said, and he wanted to change the result.They spoke on the condition of anonymity due to nondisclosure agreements or fear of retaliation.They described a scrambling environment around Zoom, a company co-founded in 2006 by CEO Dave Sanders as a network of neighborhood medical clinics that later expanded into health insurance.But many former employees questioned the way Sanders has conducted business, with one saying that "if (Sanders) doesn't like the rules, he'll change the rules." Federal probe revolves around risk adjustment: The ACA's risk adjustment program requires health plans that have healthier members to pay into a pool to compensate the plans that have sicker, costlier patients.It's done through a relatively complex process that assigns "risk scores" to members based on their demographics and health conditions.Mr Comey told senators that Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, had sent "hundreds and thousands" of emails to her husband's laptop, including some with classified information.