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May Health Insurance Reform Weekly Easy To Insure ME

July 21, 2011

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A weekly compilation from Aetna of health care-related developments in Washington, D.C. and state legislatures across the country. EasyToInsureME has the answers. Week of April 25, 2011 The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it had rejected a request from the state of Virginia to fast-track its challenge of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which […]

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How to Buy Pet Health Insurance

July 21, 2011

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How to Buy Pet Health Insurance Share your Knowledge Hi, please Log In or Log in via or Join now Publish Content Featured Content Get Help Categories Art […]

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Health Insurance Reform Weekly Medical cost trends for 2012

July 21, 2011

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PricewaterhouseCoopers and Medco Health Solutions released two new views of cost trends in health care during the past week, building on the release of the Milliman Medical Index.   PwC Health Research Institute’s “Behind the numbers: Medical cost trends for 2012,” examines the medical cost trends for employers in 2012.  This new report found “Medical cost […]

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Life Insurance With No Medical Exam, No Medical Questions, No Health Questions

July 21, 2011

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Life insurance with no medical is the easy way to buy life insurance. Younger people can get a very large amount of coverage without having to do a physical. People, in fact, can get some coverage up to age 65 if they are in favorable health. Some carriers limit the available amount to 0,000, others […]

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Health Insurance Quotes Reform Obamacare & Buying Individual Health Insurance

July 21, 2011

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JANUARY 29, 2010 This Week in Health Care Reform Following the election of Republican Scott Brown to the Massachusetts State Senate last week and the resulting loss of Senate Democrats’ supermajority, lawmakers continue to pave the way for health care reform – with limited progress. In addition, polls indicate that the public would rather lawmakers […]

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Life Insurance With No Medical Questions – Compare The Best Life Insurance Plans Available

July 21, 2011

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Are you looking for Life Insurance With No Medical Questions?  A life insurance plan is a major step you can take in order to assure the prosperity of your family.  During trying times, your children and spouse can really be assisted by a life insurance plan.  The insurance policy can secure the financial security of […]

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Individual Health Insurance Reform Future Proceedings Easy To Insure Me

July 21, 2011

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MARCH 26, 2010 This Week in Health Care Reform      Health care reform legislation passed the House this week on a party-line vote. Late Sunday night, House Democrats approved the Senate health care reform package, sending the legislation to President Obama for his signature. On Tuesday, President Obama signed the underlying bill into law, yet […]

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Free or Affordable Health, Vision And Dental Insurance For Children

July 21, 2011

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Good news for parents around the US who have been fretting over their children’s insurance coverage, or rather the lack of it: You don’t have to live in a low income household to be eligible for government subsidized children’s health insurance. Middle-class families struggling through the recession can also benefit from the measures that resulted […]

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How Can A Group Health Insurance Broker Assist Me?

July 21, 2011

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For many companies the ability to provide group health insurance to their employees is a huge benefit that hard workers will truly value especially if they have a family to take care of at home. However sometimes the task of setting up a group health insurance program can be difficult for many new and smaller […]

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Health Insurance Quotes Reform Weekly January

July 21, 2011

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. One such item, medical malpractice liability reform, got a hearing last week before the House Judiciary Committee as Republicans paraded several witnesses before the committee to showcase the need for legislation from the physicians’ perspective. Since it is very unlikely that the American Medical Association’s wish list would ever become law, the best result from the […]

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