Health Insurance Roundup, November 7, 2016


Is Obamacare working for anyone in Alabama in 2016? | AL.com

Vanilla focus is proving a healthy approach

Reader’s view: Dayton’s health care fix will just increases taxes | Duluth News Tribune

Survey: Health care is top concern for Utah voters | KSL.com

Access Health CT enrollement – Central Connecticut Communications: New Britain Herald

One Big Switch campaign: Motorists fight car-insurance premium rises | The Courier-Mail

Paul Feely’s City Hall: Manchester health care costs down for now | New Hampshire

Maccabi gains members as Leumit loses – Business & Innovation – Jerusalem Post

Tips on getting the most from vision insurance | The Herald-News

Editorial: A protest vote for Amendment 69 – Boulder Daily Camera

Comment: Shopping for ‘European’ health care not the solution

Health care a focus in Afton’s legislative races | Woodbury Bulletin

How to choose the right amount for your FSA in 2017 | The Augusta Chronicle

Fact check: Health insurance dispute in Coghill-Hopkins race | Local News | newsminer.com

The big health insurance question: Sign up, or switch? – News – Victor Post – Victor, NY

For some, no HSA contributions next year; Limited health insurance options have consequences

Health insurance choices slim | The Columbus Post

Sehat Hifazat: G-B’s residents get new health insurance scheme – The Express Tribune

WTVA.com | Bikers Against Diabetes of North Mississippi came to raise money for diabetics with health insurance

TPAs lose out as insurance companies settle claims in-house – Times of India

Workplace wellness checkup: Good tool or invasion of privacy? | Health | omaha.com

Area sees big jump in insurance costs | The Daily Standard Archive

Worst-Performing Stocks of 2016: Health Care – WSJ

Insurers Want Obamacare Risk Adjusted, Not Repealed

Assisters help uninsured find health coverage in tri-county area


Watertown Daily Times | Massena trustees approve new health insurance plan for Medicare-eligible retirees

Many Oregonians to see Obamacare rate hikes for health insurance | KGW.com

Gov. Dayton outlines 25 percent health insurance rebate plan – News – Montevideo American-News – Montevideo, MN

Bronze Insurance Plans A Good Deal For People With Few Health Expenses, And Many : Shots – Health News : NPR

Employer-based health insurance costs grew more slowly following reform, but workers haven’t noticed | KyForward.com

Massena switching employees’ and retirees’ health insurance plans | NorthCountryNow

Letter: Schmit working to resolve health insurance issue | Republican Eagle

BeWellnm to hold health insurance event in Belen | News Stream | news-bulletin.com

Public Option for U.S. Health Insurance Gains Visibility in Debate Over Affordable Care Act – WSJ

Exchange students to be denied health insurance | Politics | FOCUS TAIWAN – CNA ENGLISH NEWS

Health Insurance Startup Brings Bright New Option to Coloradans This Enrollment Period | Business Wire

Progress stalls in Americans signing up for health insurance under Obamacare, study says | PBS NewsHour

Daines huddles with business leaders to discuss health insurance tax | Government & Politics | billingsgazette.com

Top 5 health insurance shopping secrets from personal finance experts | Huffington Post

Clarabridge Transforms the Member Experience for Health Insurance Companies through New Customer Experience Management Solution | Business Wire

Bill would require most affordable health insurance option

Czech public health insurance system not sustainable | Prague Monitor

Should You be Jealous of Your Dog’s Health Insurance?

When You Need to Change Health Insurance Plans – Consumer Reports

Cigna joins health insurance industry pullback from Obamacare | Business | stltoday.com

Health insurance price increases – KOBI-TV NBC5 / KOTI-TV NBC2

County approves 5 percent employee health insurance costs hike | The Topeka Capital-Journal


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