As the reassessment of Blue Cross gets underway, health care leaders and others are struggling to understand its dual identity and whether it has benefited the insurer and the state. Some believe Blue Cross has been largely a force for good in pushing for expanded health care access. Others contend it has acted no differently than for profit insurers by consistently boosting premiums, placing an increasing burden on families, businesses, and municipalities..
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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeThe mum of tragic Rhys Bonner has blasted a sick scammer who tried to con money from kind hearted well wishers in her son memory.Rhys was found half naked on August 8 last year following a major search after he vanished from the Balanark area of Glasgow on July 24.The 19 year old body was discovered in marsh ground between Easterhouse and Gartloch village.His death was being treated by police as unexplained.Mum Stephanie Bonner believes her son met a violent end and is waiting for an outcome of a police review into the case after complaining cops did not properly investigate.But she was left heartbroken after a Facebook post appeared asking for 10 donations to her familyGet the latest Scottish news sent straight to your inbox with our newslettersThe post from an account called Angel Los asked people to their money where their mouth is to help support the distraught Bonner family.It read: “Ok people let see who can put their money where their mouth is.”As you know the absolute tragedy that Stephanie Bonner faces day after day. And it will sadly never come to an end for her and the family.”No amount of money or cuddles or anything will bring that wee angel back but having enough money to get by, more than usual and comfortable would be a mere gesture of our thoughts and the fact that we will never forget him or let him be forgotten.”It added: “So I put to everyone that I share with please don ignore it. I give details soon but please show the mother most of all but the rest of the family who hurt every time they see something that reminds them of wee Ryce (sic).Colin and Christine Weir country pile snapped up for price of 2.3mThe account then goes on to ask people to donate 10 to buy something for Rhys in his memory by sending a private message to get bank details.Rhy mum Stephanie confronted the scammer over social media, and the post and the profile have since been deleted.Stephanie told the Record: “It is absolutely disgusting that someone would do this.