TOPEKA - Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas will lose 350 jobs in the state after a bid for a five-year Medicare contract was rejected.

The company was told that a bid by one of its subsidiaries, Wheatlands Administrative Services, was rejected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, company spokesman Graham Bailey said.

After the current contract expires, Topeka is expected to lose 335 jobs and Salina 15 jobs.

Source: | 05/30/2007 | Insurer to lose 350 jobs after Medicare contract expires


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