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Florida men convicted in Illinois for telemarketing health insurance scheme

More than 1,400 policies were sold to victims in all 38 counties in the Southern District of Illinois, prosecutors said.

“Today I am going blind”: Many Americans say health insurance doesn’t keep them healthy

MONEYWATCH – Edna Garcia thinks she has paid her dues. For 34 years, she worked as a public high school teacher in Bridgeport, Connecticut,...

Drug Addict Lied On Health Insurance Application, Shocked To Find Benefits Canceled

MIAMI — Mary Zhelyazkova was surprised when pharmacists at Florida’s largest safety net hospital said they could not fill her prescription. Zhelyazkova, 40, was living...

Washington pet insurance bill signed into law

OLYMPIA, Wash.- Governor Jay Inslee signed Senate Bill 5319 into law on April 6 that will provide a regulated pet insurance marketplace. The new law...

Is Health Insurance Really Insurance Anymore?

Health insurance nowadays covers some completely foreseeable expenses. Is it really insurance at all anymore?

This Open Enrollment Season, Look Out for Health Insurance That Seems Too Good to Be True

KAISER HEALTH NEWS – It took nearly a year for Kelly Macauley to realize the health plan she bought while shopping for insurance coverage...

AMA joins class action lawsuit against Cigna’s insurance billing practices

MEDICAL ECONOMICS – A leading physician organization is lining up against one of the nation’s largest health insurers in a legal fight over insurance...

Mainstream media puzzled: “At Trump’s GOP Convention, There’s Little To Be Heard on Health Care”

HEADLINE HEALTH – "No talk of Obamacare. Or abortion." So laments mainstream media news outlet KFF Health News. Apparently this left-leaning source managed to miss...

‘A Bottomless Pit’: How Out-of-Pocket TMJ Costs Drive Patients Into Debt

Many medical insurers consider TMJ treatment too dental-focused for medical insurance, while dental insurers consider it too medical for dental insurance, leaving patients stuck in a “medical-dental divide” that hinders care and increases cost, according to the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine.

Biden’s Medicare ‘Reform’ Could Make It MORE Expensive

RealClearHealth, LLC – While much of the Inflation Reduction Act analysis has been focused on the newly established mandate for the federal government to...

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