NPR  Dec 18  Comment 
Public health officials in California are trying to understand why Latino babies are contracting whooping cough at much higher rates than other babies.
The Hindu Business Line  Dec 18  Comment 
Tariffs have bottomed out and a correction is due next fiscal, say insurers
Forbes  Dec 17  Comment 
When Obamacare was signed into law, its authors promised that “if you like your plan, you can keep it,” and that the law would reduce the cost of health insurance. But Forbes Opinion Editor Avik Roy has discovered that the opposite is true:...
New York Times  Dec 17  Comment 
Other owners often look at Fred Warmbier in disbelief when he says he’s not interested in spending a lot of time trying to figure out health coverage. It’s a look that says, “Man, you HAVE to manage this closely! What is wrong with you?...
New York Times  Dec 16  Comment 
For those who missed Monday’s deadline for health insurance enrollment at the Affordable Care Act marketplace, there’s still time, though possibly with some provisos.
New York Times  Dec 16  Comment 
Gov. Bill Haslam proposed using federal funds to cover 200,000 low-income residents through their employer’s health insurance plan or the state’s Medicaid program.
Forbes  Dec 15  Comment 
It’s the first season you have to report your health insurance status on your tax return. Are you ready?
Forbes  Dec 15  Comment 
This weekly Q&A addresses questions from real patients about healthcare costs. Have a question you’d like to see answered? Submit it to
Insurance Journal  Dec 15  Comment 
Porter County officials in Indiana are scrambling to find $3 million to pay health insurance bills after the county council failed to set aside enough money to cover costs this year. County Commissioner Laura Blaney told The Times in Munster...
The Economic Times  Dec 15  Comment 
RSBY provides for smart card-based cashless health insurance cover of Rs 30K per annum on a family floater scheme for workers in unorganised sector.


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