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  • Number of Americans Without Health Insurance Increases

    According to a recent survey, the number of Americans without health insurance has increased by 2.8 percent or about 7 million Americans. This decrease comes as the current administration attacks and tries to undermine Obamacare. While in many places Obamacare has not brought the relief that many people hoped it would, it has resulted in […] Read More


  • Court Says Routine Mammogram Is Not A Pre-Existing Condition

    Sometimes short-term health insurance companies claim that inconclusive diagnostic tests that occur before the date of the short term policy are pre-existing conditions. This illustrates how broadly these insurance companies will interpret the meaning of pre-existing condition. A recent Eleventh Circuit case (Jones v Golden Rule Insurance Company) illustrates this practice. Jones v Golden Rule […] Read More


  • Short-Term Insurance Plans Ruling Will Drive Up Costs and Lower Coverage Availability for the Sick

    Despite many major health care groups opposing the expansion of eligibility for short-term duration health insurance, federal regulators decided to go through with approving the regulation. Originally, these plans were only allowed to be used for up to three months, with no renewals possible. The new ruling has changed things so that people can have […] Read More