By Carl O'Donnell and Caroline Humer (Reuters) - The potential bust-up of two mega deals among America’s largest health insurance companies may have an unintended result - more mergers. The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday sued...Show More Summary
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Robert, a married ex-pastor and insurance salesman, says he was looking to expand his business, so he went on a “call girl” website to see if he could meet new clients. Robert says that after communicating with some of the women, heShow More Summary
Center for Rural Affairs addresses unfair imbalance in current program By Kerry Hoffschneider, reprinted with permission from Western Ag Reporter, Thursday, July 14, 2016, Billings, Montana The Center for Rural Affairs is a non-profit...Show More Summary
Medical bills are pushing more Americans into severe “financial distress” even if they have insurance, according to a top medical journal. These bills force hundreds of thousands into bankruptcy each year. What’s so galling is that while Americans struggle to pay their bills, freeloaders from other countries get the same care at no cost by […]
The U.S. LEI picked up in June, reversing its May decline. Improvements in initial claims for unemployment insurance, building permits, and financial indicators were the primary drivers. While the LEI continues to point to moderating economic growth in the U.S. Show More Summary
The world we live in is in constant flux. Health care, insurance, lifestyle choices; the way we communicate, make purchasing decisions, choose partners - in all these domains, there is increasing demand for greater flexibility and personalization. Show More Summary
Insurance industry experts discuss the two big factors in deciding not to renew your policy: the size of a claim and the frequency of claims.
Vintage race cars roar into the Village of Elkhart Lake under police escort for the Nationwide Insurance Concours d’Elegance. By William Hall. Photos by the author. The pinnacle of vintage motorsports in the Midwest occurs every mid-July at Road America in Elkhart Lake, WI during the WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman, presented by Hawk. […]
The U.S. Justice Department said the move away from fee-for-service medicine to value-based care would be harmed by Aetna's bid for Humana and Anthem's takeover of Cigna
To hear Starbucks tell it, the company’s introduction this week of expanded insurance choices for workers represents a major advance in health coverage. “Providing industry-leading benefits for eligible full- and part-time partners is a cornerstone of who we are as a company,” Ron Crawford, Starbucks’...
The US and Russia must work closely together militarily as they are the key actors in insuring a cessation of hostilities in Syria, High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Frederica Mogherini said during a speech at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
By Caroline Humer and Carl O'Donnell NEW YORK (Reuters) - Health insurer Aetna Inc, whose $33 billion purchase of Humana Inc has been spurned by the U.S. government, faces a tough but not impossible legal battle to try to reinstate the deal. Show More Summary
The lesson I am about to share I learned on the mean streets of the early years of integrative medicine and health. This was the time of the first "complementary and alternative medicine" coverage in the late 1990s. The lesson's a "duh!" no-brainer once you get it. Show More Summary
The transition into the era of electronic health records and health wearables has resulted in a plethora of electronic patient information including dates of birth, home addresses, social security records, insurance details and medical data. Show More Summary
Did you know that your health insurance covers a variety of screenings, counseling services and immunizations at NO cost to you? Zero, zip, zilch out of your pocket. That's right, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that all health plans cover recommended preventive services at no cost to the individual. Show More Summary
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MetLife Inc., the New York-based insurer that traces its roots to the 1860s, said it's come up with a new name for a U.S. retail unit that's slated for separation. The business will be known as... To view the full story, click the title link.
Lyft, Uber, Airbnb and others have opened the floodgates for millions to find jobs, but one company has stepped in to fill troublesome gaps in for the sharing economy