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Public opposition grows over My Number and health insurance merger

As errors and privacy breaches involving the linkage of My Number and health insurance cards continue to surface, public opposition is growing over the government’s decision to halt the use of current health insurance cards in the fall of 2024….

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California poised to spend $19 billion on Medicaid and other health care programs

Once federal funds are factored in, the state will be able to spend north of $35 billion, said Jennifer Kent, a former administration official who helped the coalition propose a structure for the tax. It would be the largest-ever investment…

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The Dangers of the EHR

Electronic Health Records can be an incredibly helpful tool. However, they are not without fault. A recent warning highlights that electronic health records (EHRs) are a top target of cybercriminals. They can also lead to inappropriate billing if they are…

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Estate Planning: 5 Things to Consider

If you are preparing to draft your estate plan with your estate planning attorney, there are a variety of issues that you will need to think about before your documents can be finalized. We can help you stay on top…

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For 5th straight year state employee health benefits plan sees no increases

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – For the fifth year in a row, state employees in Kansas will not have to pay more for health insurance following four years of increases. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly said that on Tuesday, June 20, she…

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Exponential Growth Expected for Health Insurance For Foreign Guests Market With Complete SWOT Analysis by Forecast From 2023 to 2030

Scopes For 2023 Table of Contents (Scope covered as a part of the study) Research framework (structure of the report) Current and future global Health Insurance For Foreign Guests Market outlook in the developed and emerging markets Regions/countries that are…

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Curative Expands No Copay, No Deductible Health Insurance Plan to the Houston Metro Area

First-of-its-Kind, High-Quality Health Plan Expands Offering in Houston, Where Residents Express Great Concern Over The Cost of Care, According to New Survey Data Curative Insurance Company, provider of a cutting-edge, no copay, no deductible health plan*, is now expanding its…

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How the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency impacts Seacoast employers

On May 11, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) decided the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). That decision followed the non-renewal of the national emergency declaration (NE) in April. The PHE and NE both had been in…

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Digital health solutions are transforming the insurance landscape

Embracing health tech Travel insurance companies are embracing the adoption of digital health technologies to improve speed, functionality and the ease of use for their customers with wearable devices. β€œIn terms of customer service, we’re using digital tools to speed…

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Could You Lose Your Health Insurance If the Debt Ceiling Isn’t Raised?

damircudic/iStock.com If US lawmakers fail to reach a debt ceiling agreement in time to avoid a government default β€” something that could happen as soon as June 1 β€” millions of Americans might see disruptions to their health insurance coverage….

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