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Forbes  Jan 20  Comment 
Millions of Americans who received subsidized health insurance under ObamaCare will find a new wave of frustration this tax season.
Forbes  Jan 19  Comment 
Subsidies created by the ACA (1) plus ongoing escalation of health insurance premiums make canceling health insurance plans financially attractive for many employers. In fact this transition can be even more attractive for employees. And for some...
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 18  Comment 
Which health insurance policy should one buy to ensure that unforeseen health expenses are duly taken care of? Though there is no handbook that would give the perfect advice, there is a...
Forbes  Jan 18  Comment 
As enrollment grows from the second year Americans can sign up for private coverage under the Affordable, health insurance companies are hinting at a 2015 that will also be lucrative to their bottom lines.
Motley Fool  Jan 17  Comment 
If you want to get your finances in order, here are 4 things you absolutely must do.
The Hindu Business Line  Jan 17  Comment 
Health insurance can be made affordable if there is a standard protocol for treatment and standardised cost for it, M Ramaprasad, member (non-life), Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority...
New York Times  Jan 16  Comment 
If wage and health insurance issues are not resolved, more than 1,200 workers and drivers at the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market in the Bronx could go on strike as early as Sunday afternoon.
NPR  Jan 15  Comment 
A look at the 10 least and 10 most expensive places for health insurance shows a wide gap in prices for the same level of coverage.
NPR  Jan 14  Comment 
Obamacare provided billions in seed money to help establish insurance companies called co-ops. One of the biggest has now gone under, and its state overseer is telling clients to switch carriers.
Forbes  Jan 13  Comment 
Sunday night's interview of Steven Brill by Leslie Stahl on 60 Minutes was much anticipated in large part because of Brill's new book ‒ America's Bitter Pill. Brill was on the circuit and had appeared on other talk shows (including Jon Stewart's...




 

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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