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wellpoint

[′wel‚pȯint]
(civil engineering)
A component of a wellpoint system consisting of a perforated pipe about 4 feet (1.2 meters) long and about 2 inches (5 centimeters) in diameter, equipped with a ball valve, a screen, and a jetting tip.
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30, 2004, when WellPoint Health Networks merged with Anthem, Inc.
and former chief executive officer of WellPoint Health Networks.
A newly formed subsidiary of Blue Cross of California, WellPoint Health Networks is the largest for-profit managed health care company in California, serving over two million members.
Woodland Hills-based Wellpoint Health Networks is one of the nation's largest publicly traded managed-care companies, through two principal operating subsidiaries: Blue Cross of California and Unicare nationwide.
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Commissioner of Corporations Keith Paul Bishop ordered Blue Cross and its HMO affiliates CaliforniaCare and Wellpoint Health Networks to stop advertising the UniAccount program, saying that doing so has given them an unfair advantage over rivals.
Jin-Dih Shih has been promoted to vice president and actuary for WellPoint Health Networks Inc.
CaliforniaCare, the HMO unit of Wellpoint Health Networks in Woodland Hills, boasts a 76 percent satisfaction level among its members.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia (BCBSGA), an operating subsidiary of WellPoint Health Networks Inc.
During 2003, the WellPoint Foundation, giving arm of WellPoint Health Networks Inc.