Monthly Archives: September 2010

Students could be locked into insurance plan

Thousands of students could be locked into paying for health insurance that they do not want unless they waive out of the University’s mandatory health insurance program today. [read more at source]

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McD threatens to drop health plan

McDonald’s has warned regulators that it could drop its health insurance plan for nearly 30,000 hourly restaurant workers unless regulators waive a new health reform requirement. [read more at source]

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Students could be locked into insurance plan

Thousands of students could be locked into paying for health insurance that they do not want unless they waive out of the University’s mandatory health insurance program today. [read more at source]

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Principal Financial to exit health insurance

DES MOINES, Iowa — Principal Financial Group Inc., an insurance, retirement and financial services company, said Thursday it is getting out of the health insurance business. [read more at source]

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Health insurance reform making an impact

New federal rules governing health care, known as the Affordable Care Act, took effect this week, with provisions designed to aid individuals, businesses and educational institutions. [read more at source]

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NHIA warns detractors

The National Health Insurance Authority, NHIA, has cautioned against what it said are “unfounded statements” being peddled in the media. [read more at source]

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McDonald’s threatens to drop hourly health plan

By Dow Jones Newswires-Wall Street Journal Posted today at 5:33 a.m. McDonald’s Corp. has warned federal regulators that it could drop its health insurance plan for nearly 30,000 hourly restaurant workers unless regulators waive a new requirement of the U.S. … Continue reading

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Health insurance reform making an impact

New federal rules governing health care, known as the Affordable Care Act, took effect this week, with provisions designed to aid individuals, businesses and educational institutions. [read more at source]

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Pet health insurance is useful, but comes with a price

Caring for a pet can be an expensive proposition, particularly on Martha’s Vineyard where costs for any type of medical care run above the national average. Increasingly, pet owners are turning to insurance designed specifically for animals. [read more at … Continue reading

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Health insurance reform making an impact

New federal rules governing health care, known as the Affordable Care Act, took effect this week, with provisions designed to aid individuals, businesses and educational institutions. [read more at source]

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$19M budgeted for $48M contract

The government of Guam will not be able to pay employees’ and retirees’ health insurance beyond April. [read more at source]

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Unlicensed health insurance firms fined

The Illinois Department of Insurance said it has taken steps to prohibit several companies from “marketing and selling non-comprehensive health insurance” in the state without a license. [read more at source]

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Health insurance reform making an impact

New federal rules governing health care, known as the Affordable Care Act, took effect this week, with provisions designed to aid individuals, businesses and educational institutions. [read more at source]

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Can I get mediclaim for pre-existing diseases?

Have a query regarding health insurance or mediclaim policy? Maybe we can help. Drop us a line and our expert, Harsh Roongta, CEO of Apnapaisa.com, will answer it. [read more at source]

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Costs turn more First Coast residents to public health plans

Thousands of people in Northeast Florida are turning to public health insurance programs as job losses and health care costs continue to grow, new census estimates show. [read more at source]

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Census: Child health coverage rises in Illinois

In the midst of an economic downturn, Illinois children were slightly more likely to be covered by health insurance in 2009 than the year before, according to newly released U.S. Census Bureau figures. [read more at source]

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Health insurance reform making an impact

New federal rules governing health care, known as the Affordable Care Act, took effect this week, with provisions designed to aid individuals, businesses and educational institutions. [read more at source]

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eHealthInsurance Launches Health Insurance Blog for Consumers: ‘Get Smart. Get Covered.’

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA–(Marketwire – September 28, 2010) – Today eHealthInsurance ( NASDAQ : EHTH ), the leading online source of health insurance for individuals and families, announced the launch of its new consumer-oriented health insurance blog, ‘Get Smart. Get Covered.’ … Continue reading

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Students save with health care overhaul

Some University of Montana students will save $1,598 on health insurance every year under the Patient Bill of Rights, which went into effect last Thursday. [read more at source]

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Neb. getting $1M to monitor health insurance rates

World-Herald News Service LINCOLN – By this time next year, Nebraskans should be better armed to navigate the health insurance jungle. [read more at source]

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