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County cuts retiree health insurance to avoid ‘catastrophe’ | New

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Retirees who have spent decades serving Greenwood County have disagreed that the county council has stripped Medicare-eligible retirees from their health insurance plans. Retirees called it a broken promise, but council members made it clear that county policy was not a promise. The change, they said, was essential to avoid a growing insurance liability...

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Arlington health insurance has ground to cover in 2021 on the uninsured, study finds

by on September 16, 2021 0

Arlington Health Insurance numbers provide some evidence that government action works when it comes to providing more affordable health care options, but those numbers don’t quite materialize the way which the authorities might have expected. Arlington, United States – September 14, 2021 / / – Arlington Health Insurance the numbers somewhat prove that government...

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Arlington health insurance has ground to cover in 2021 on the uninsured, study finds

by on September 14, 2021 0

Arlington Health Insurance Arlington Health Insurance Arlington Health Insurance Agent Arlington Group Health Insurance Arlington Health Insurance Arlington health insurance agents say uninsured rates have not increased in recent months, although those numbers have remained relatively stable compared to 2020. Rick Thornton, an Arlington health insurance agent, said a recent report that uninsured rates...

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Health insurance for foreigners outside the European Union. The government wants change

by on September 14, 2021 0

The Cabinet approved a bill amending the law on publicly funded health services and the law – the pharmacy law. Photo: pixabay.com The most important solutions: The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is included in all regulations referring to countries of the European Union or to the European Free Trade Agreement,...

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Steep Hikes Proposed for Certain CT Medicare Plans

by on September 1, 2021 0

With some Connecticut residents facing health insurance increases of 20% or more, only a few seized the opportunity Tuesday to demand change – although lawmakers and other advocates blasted health insurers for raising tariffs during the COVID pandemic while pocketing billions of dollars in profits. The Connecticut Insurance Department testified Tuesday before setting rates...

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