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- Beware of scammers offering health insurance to NAR members
Although the National Association of Realtors offers insurance options, an NAR spokesperson warned that the association would not make calls to enroll members.
Inman. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- Sixty percent of Americans want universal health care, study finds
As of April, 60 percent of Americans favored universal health insurance, according to a new Johns Hopkins University survey, and nearly 80 percent want a permanent two weeks of paid sick leave from work.
Daily Mail. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- Health care law on line at court, but is it likely to fall?
WASHINGTON (AP) - To hear Democrats tell it, a Supreme Court with President Donald Trump's nominee Amy Coney Barrett could quickly get rid of the law that gives more than 20 million Americans health insurance
Washington Times. Tuesday, 13 Oct 2020.
- Workers With Health Insurance Face Rising Out-of-Pocket Costs
A new survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows annual premiums for a family now top $21,000, and deductibles have more than doubled since 2010.
New York Times. Thursday, 8 Oct 2020.
- If you got a subsidy to buy health insurance, it could cost you come tax time
Federal subsidies help millions of people afford the cost of health insurance
. But spikes in income can force you to repay these so-called premium tax credits.
CNBC. Thursday, 8 Oct 2020.
- Walmart launches health insurance plans in time for Medicare open enrollment
Walmart is entering the health insurance
business, just in time for those signing up for Medicare open enrollment this fall.
Yahoo. Tuesday, 6 Oct 2020.
- Health Insurers Lay Groundwork For Biden And Medicare Advantage At 60
Health insurance companies are expanding Medicare Advantage offerings, which could be widened further under Joe Biden's Medicare at 60 proposal.
Forbes. Sunday, 4 Oct 2020.
- A heart condition led a young man into medical bankruptcy even with health insurance
A young man is putting his life on hold after medical bills kept piling up, despite him having health insurance
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CBS News. Friday, 2 Oct 2020.
- Unemployed Stage Actors to Face New Health Insurance Hurdle
The fund that covers thousands of performers will require that they work more weeks per year to qualify.
New York Times. Thursday, 1 Oct 2020.
- Tens of thousands of airline workers are facing furloughs and loss of their health insurance
With early retirements and other incentives to quit, airlines have already shed thousands of jobs because of the pandemic. Now, as federal aid runs out, thousands more airline workers face layoffs and the loss of their health insurance
CBS News. Thursday, 1 Oct 2020.
- Three Million People Lost Health Coverage From Their Employers During The Pandemic
More than three million American workers lost health insurance
coverage this summer during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Urban Institute says.
Forbes. Sunday, 20 Sep 2020.
- 4 Accident & Health Insurance Stocks to Watch Amid Pricing Pressure
4 Accident & Health Insurance
Stocks to Watch Amid Pricing Pressure
Zacks. Friday, 18 Sep 2020.
- Centene vs. Anthem: Which is a Better-Positioned Stock?
Centene (CNC) and Anthem (ANTM) are poised to grow in the thriving health insurance
industry. On comparative evaluation, we try to discover which is a more profitable bet based on fundamentals.
Zacks. Tuesday, 1 Sep 2020.
- Millions of Americans have lost health insurance in this pandemic-driven recession. Here are their options
Up to 12 million Americans may have lost their employer-sponsored health insurance
during the pandemic. Here are their options for finding coverage elsewhere.
CNBC. Friday, 28 Aug 2020.
- Column: Trump promotes shoddy faith-based health plans in new attack on Obamacare
Healthcare sharing ministries siphon enrollment from legitimate health insurance
plans, thus weakening the latter and likely driving up their costs.
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 14 Aug 2020.
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