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Health Insurance

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  • Changes could curb health costs

    The pattern of our health care system keeps changing. Unfortunately, these changes are not reducing the overall cost appreciably. Our health care system is built on several principles. First, providers of health care are for the most part not government...
  • Business lobby answers with own Medicaid expansion ad backing Gardiner

    Business lobby answers with own Medicaid expansion ad backing Gardiner
    TALLAHASSEE РA day after free-market group Americans for Prosperity launched an ad campaign targetting Florida Senators in favor of a Medicaid expansion plan, a coalition of businesses and hospitals released their own ad backing the plan. The...
  • Health care exchange program would help Florida economy

    Health care exchange program would help Florida economy
    ¬† As the president and CEO of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, I speak to business owners and leaders every day, and I’ve heard their concerns over health care coverage in our state. Business owners are suffering from rising...
  • New online tool helps budget for a financial emergency

    New online tool helps budget for a financial emergency
    Financial planners often counsel clients to keep up to a year's worth of living expenses in a fairly liquid savings account for emergencies. Long-term joblessness, a major illness or the death of a partner could certainly chew up that hefty sum, but...
  • Health insurance exchanges need an upgrade

    Health insurance exchanges need an upgrade
    Established by the Affordable Care Act, the Healthcare.gov exchange and its 14 state-run counterparts have enrolled more than 11 million people — 800,000 of whom were sent incorrect tax information, the Obama administration admitted last month....
  • Koch brothers group attacks Gardiner, Senate over Medicaid expansion

    Koch brothers group attacks Gardiner, Senate over Medicaid expansion
    TALLAHASSEE – Americans for Prosperity, the free-market advocacy group financed by the billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, is going on the attack. The group sent mail ads Monday to the districts of Senate President Andy Gardiner, R-...
  • Comer: Kentucky's Medicaid enrollments not sustainable

    Kentucky can't sustain the cost of expanded Medicaid enrollments under the federal Affordable Care Act and needs to cut the rolls, Republican gubernatorial hopeful James Comer said Monday while promoting his health care plan. Speaking to a group that...
  • Scott should join battle for better health care

    Scott should join battle for better health care
    Slowly but surely, Florida's business community is recognizing the obvious: Taking the estimated $51 billion in federal funds to expand Medicaid would be beneficial to Florida. The Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce last week added its...
  • NY starts out-of-network health coverage protections

    New protections against big surprise medical bills are starting in New York. Enacted last year, they require insurance payments for out-of-network medical treatment in emergencies, when similar services or specialists are unavailable within the insurer's...
  • Rising healthcare costs are pressuring patients

    Rising healthcare costs are pressuring patients
    Coping with ever-increasing medical bills is frustrating — and getting more so. A recent survey by private health insurance exchange EHealth highlights the pressure Americans are feeling. It found that more than 6 in 10 people say they're more...
  • Colleges getting out of health insurance business

    The federal health care overhaul is leading some colleges and universities to get out of the health insurance business. Experts are divided on whether this change will be good or bad for students. Some call it an inevitable result of health care reform...