TechCrunch  7 hrs ago  Comment 
 Clover Health, an insurance startup based out of San Francisco, is hoping that with its data-driven approach it can rebuild healthcare for senior citizens from the ground up. It wants that by tracking all the inputs of a person’s medical...
Insurance Journal  10 hrs ago  Comment 
A new federal report says the proportion of Nebraska residents without health insurance dropped below 10 percent last year. The census report says 9.7 percent of residents were uninsured in 2014, down from 11.3 percent the previous year. David...
Forbes  Sep 17  Comment 
As part of the Affordable Care Act (sometimes called Obamacare), young adults are generally allowed to stay on a parent's health care plan until age 26 so long as the plan offers coverage for dependents. Here's how to stay covered and what happens...
Insurance Journal  Sep 17  Comment 
Religious groups needn’t comply with the Affordable Care Act mandate to provide workers with health insurance that covers contraception and can’t be forced to tell the government when they don’t, a federal appeals court said. Ruling Thursday...
Forbes  Sep 17  Comment 
The federal government is currently debating whether the big six health insurance companies in the U.S. will soon become the big four. Aetna and Humana have announced plans to merge, as have Anthem and Cigna. The American Hospital Association and...
TechCrunch  Sep 17  Comment 
 Payroll startup ZenPayroll changed its name to Gusto today and is moving beyond payroll, into benefits such as health insurance and workers compensation. Sound familiar? We’ve heard that cloud HR benefits company Zenefits plans to roll out a...
Wall Street Journal  Sep 17  Comment 
A comprehensive look at U.S. households found the number of Americans without health insurance dropped sharply last year, while economic growth did little to dent poverty rates or raise incomes.
Forbes  Sep 16  Comment 
Behavioral “nudges” can increase college enrollment by low-income students, boost health insurance take up, encourage federal workers to save for retirement, cut delinquencies on student loans, reduce vendor fraud, and save paper, according to...
New York Times  Sep 16  Comment 
New data clarify some disputes about what it did and didn’t achieve.
New York Times  Sep 16  Comment 
The number of people without health insurance dropped last year by 8.8 million, to a total of 33 million, the Obama administration said Wednesday.


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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