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- Cigna And Oscar To Launch Health Plans For Small Business
Health insurer Cigna and Oscar Health will launch commercial health insurance
plans for small businesses in certain yet-to-be disclosed U. S. markets.
Forbes. Monday, 13 Jan 2020.
- Donald Trump claims he 'SAVED' health insurance as Mike Bloomberg attacks him in ad blitz
The Bloomberg ad casts the former New York City mayor as a health champion but avoids mentioning his signature anti-tobacco and anti-obesity measures.
Daily Mail. Monday, 13 Jan 2020.
- The cost of giving birth in the U.S.
For a typical woman with health insurance, the out-of-pocket charge for having a baby has jumped 50% in eight years.
CBS News. Friday, 10 Jan 2020.
- Accident & Health Insurance Industry's Prospects Seem Bright
Accident & Health Insurance
Industry's Prospects Seem Bright
Zacks. Thursday, 9 Jan 2020.
- Giving birth now costs more than a woman earns in a month
A typical woman with health insurance
from her job can expect to pay $4,500 out of pocket, a new study finds.
CBS News. Wednesday, 8 Jan 2020.
- Medical Paperwork Costs $812 Billion a Year
Medical paperwork cost the United States $812 billion in 2017 and accounted for more than one-third of total spending for doctor visits, hospitals, long-term care and health insurance, according to a new study.
Newsmax. Tuesday, 7 Jan 2020.
- Health insurance mandate takes effect in Rhode Island
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island residents must now have health insurance
or face a penalty on their taxes. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 1 Jan 2020.
- Responsible National Health Insurance Part 3: A Tale of Three Countries
TLDR: At least three countries appear to outperform the U. S. in terms of healthy life expectancy at birth and age 60 while also being less expensive in terms of the share of GDP devoted to health and per capita health spending.
Forbes. Tuesday, 31 Dec 2019.
- How the Affordable Care Act transformed our health-care system
The U.S. health-care system has been transformed in the decade since passage of the Affordable Care Act. Millions of Americans gained health insurance, but many still can't afford their medical bills.
CNBC. Sunday, 29 Dec 2019.
- Millions of Americans will get separate bill for abortion coverage alongside health insurance
The new rule, which was finalized by the Department of Health and Human Services last week, will come into effect on June 27, 2020 but has already been met with widespread criticism.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 28 Dec 2019.
- Repeal of health insurance tax could bolster Medicare Advantage insurers' earnings, enrollment
A repeal of an annual tax on health insurers could boost Medicare Advantage insurers' bottom lines and drive them to offer extra benefits.
Modern Healthcare. Tuesday, 17 Dec 2019.
- New health insurance insights
Economists analyze how patients and health care providers value Medicaid.
Science Daily. Tuesday, 17 Dec 2019.
- 'Obamacare' Sign-Up Deadline Extended Following Glitches
The Trump administration says people will get more time to sign up for 'Obamacare' health insurance
following a spate of computer glitches over the weekend.
Voice of America. Monday, 16 Dec 2019.
- US lawmakers are working on a deal to raise tobacco age, repeal unpopular Obamacare tax as part of spending package
Lawmakers are also considering eliminating ACA's health insurance
and medical device taxes and providing money for Puerto Rico's Medicaid program, among other provisions.
CNBC. Monday, 16 Dec 2019.
- Iowa Democrats worry 'Medicare for All' hurts key industry
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Kim Motl doesn't work in the health insurance
industry. But her friends and neighbors do. So when she saw Sen. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 14 Dec 2019.
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