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Even with medical records going online, the health business still kills a lot of trees. One reason is all those explanation-of-benefits letters (EOBs) insurers send. The problem was especially acute for Cigna Global Health Benefits, a $343 million subsidiary of Cigna Corp. that serves “globally mobile employees” of client firms, including the U.S. military, since it sends EOB documents abroad, adding international postage costs.

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