Forbes  Jun 22  Comment 
Cost-sharing subsidies that low-income patients use to help pay for coverage on the health insurance exchanges would remain until 2020 under legislation to replace Obamacare that was unveiled by the Senate majority Thursday, a move cheered by...
Insurance Journal  Jun 22  Comment 
Senate Republicans’ proposal to replace Obamacare would provide an additional $50 billion over four years to stabilize insurance exchanges, relying on a mechanism Republicans have criticized in the past as a way to keep insurers in the...
WA Business News  Jun 22  Comment 
Dental services account for almost half of the extras claims made by customers of private health insurance giant Medibank, at more than $500 million, latest figures show.
NPR  Jun 21  Comment 
Health insurers have to let the government know Wednesday if they'll be selling policies on the federal exchange next year. But Congress has yet to tell them what those policies will cover.
Motley Fool  Jun 21  Comment 
Teladoc is rapidly expanding its telehealth services to help more patients avoid costly and inconvenient in-office doctor visits.
TechCrunch  Jun 21  Comment 
 Oscar Health seems to be expanding rather than shrinking in the next year. Despite worries that the Affordable Care Act wasn’t working out for health insurance companies, Oscar has filed to expand in 2018, adding the states of Ohio and...
Motley Fool  Jun 18  Comment 
Take a close look at the tax rules that will change if Trumpcare passes.
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
Nearly 30 million people could lose important financial protections.
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
One in three Americans are don’t know if their domestic health insurance will cover them outside the U.S.
Insurance Journal  Jun 16  Comment 
Iowa could be the first state in the nation with no health insurance company willing to offer policies on its Affordable Care Act exchange next year unless President Donald Trump’s administration approves a stopgap proposal, Iowa Insurance...


The health insurance industry consists of companies that provide clients ranging from individuals to large institutions with health insurance. Like other insurers these companies make money by charging their clients a premiums for their insurance contracts and investing those premiums in the market.

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