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Archive for September, 2008

Sarasota Schools to Provide Benefits to Children of Domestic Partners

Posted by admin on September 30th, 2008 under Florida Health Insurance
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In Sarasota, FL, School Board employees will now be able to secure health coverage for the children of their domestic partners. This pro-family approach seems to be coming at a time when the economy is putting more stress on traditional as well as non-traditional families to provide health coverage for all its members. This benefit [...]

Bad Healthcare May Cost A Life

Posted by admin on September 29th, 2008 under Health Insurance
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Robin Beaton, although she may die of the breast cancer that ravages her body, says that she finds solace in inspiring legislation that may prevent it from happening to others. Although the cancer was discovered months ago, Beaton will only now undergo the surgery she needs to possibly save her life, due to her insurance [...]

Reforming The Health Insurance Industry

Posted by admin on September 27th, 2008 under Health Insurance
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Healthcare in the United States is out of control!  We need HEALTHCARE REFORM!  Your might want to teach as much as you can to your neighbor. As you are probably aware, there are more than 49 million United States residents do not have insurance policy. Because of this, health plan reform is now in the main [...]

Find Illinois Health Insurance Quotes With Ease

Posted by admin on September 27th, 2008 under Illinois Health Inssurance News
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Illinois health insurance quotes can be the best way to retain your current workers. Be sure your health insurance rates program is affordable. If youâ??re current health plan becomes too much of an expense it can be seen as a deterrent for the growth of your organization. Most insurance carriers are competing for your individual [...]

Florida Children Can Now Be Covered Until they are no longer children

Posted by admin on September 26th, 2008 under Florida Health Insurance
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The age of children remaining dependent upon their parents has increased dramatically in recent decades. The causes of this include remaining at home while attending college, having difficulty finding jobs after school, and marrying at much later ages. Previously, parents could only provide coverage to their children until they left school, but now, parents will have the [...]

Florida’s Health Insurance, Higher Price, Less Coverage?

Posted by admin on September 25th, 2008 under Uncategorized
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Health insurance premiums increased a seemingly reasonable five percent this year, however it is for coverage that’s getting less and less comprehensive, researchers state. Overall, premiums for family coverage have increased to $12,680 and premiums for single coverage have increased to $4,704. These figures coming from the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research and Educational Trust. Employers are paying about [...]

Health Insurance Blogging Via Obama

Posted by admin on September 25th, 2008 under Health Insurance Blogs
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Health Insurance Blog News

Posted by admin on September 16th, 2008 under Health Insurance
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A New York Hospital that has been under investigation, Staten Island University Hospital,  agreed today that they will return nearly $90 million that prosecutors say it fraudulently obtained from government health insurance  programs.  This could be one of the largest documented settlements in Americas history.  How do corporations get away with this stuff?  The health insurance blogs [...]

Florida Hurricanes And Your Health Insurance

Posted by admin on September 7th, 2008 under Florida Health Insurance
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Has a Hurricane found your county yet?  I know Duval county was hit pretty hard with a recent tropical storm.  How do Hurricanes play into your insurance (health insurance) premiums?  Will a strong hurricane or tropical storm increase your health insurance premiums?  I guess they only would if many people were injured in your health insurance pool.  Most likely that would not change [...]

Florida Health Insurance News Update

Posted by admin on September 3rd, 2008 under Florida Health Insurance
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Miami, Florida — The FBI recently charged a 72-year-old man for fraudulent health insurance claims. It looks like Mr. Richard Montgomery took Blue Cross of Florida for nearly 800,000. His crime will not go unpunished. He was sentenced to 51 months in prison this afternoon. His conviction was based on conspiring to commit health care [...]