It's time for insurance companies to walk the walk.
Insurers would be happy. Consumer advocates, not so much.
In this rapidly changing business, one area of concern among some industry observers is drug reimbursement. To fathom the
According to the Accenture report mentioned above, personalized service is a top reason consumers switch to a new insurer
Early this year President Obama spoke before the Cleveland Club. After the speech 7th grader Alura Winfrey inquired, "If you could go back to the first day of your first term what advice would you give yourself?" Obama reflected for a moment and then blithely explained he would have worked harder to sell his economic policies.
When the Daraprim story broke, politicians saw an opportunity to tackle an issue that had drawn ample media attention -- the cost of pharmaceutical treatments.
"There are no air quotes around our marriage. We are married."
The Obamacare website is getting some important updates.
"We don't protect you from anything."
There's a powerful agenda behind the opposition to the rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) requiring that advisors to retirement plans be fiduciaries: The securities industry wants to preserve its ability to give conflicted advice. There's a lot at stake.
Being an adult comes with many responsibilities, and among the most important is purchasing the right type of insurance plans. There are four basic insurance plans a person needs: Life, Health, Car and Rental/Homeowners.
Health conscious consumers who have proven their value to insurers over the course of twelve months deserve to receive financial reimbursement for their efforts. Even a year's worth of successful compliance by those patients facing on-going conditions such as diabetes would prove beneficial to patient and insurer.