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Has more data led to better insurance? I'm sure it has, but I think you could go so much further. I think the problem is we're not applying high level computation, multi-paradigm computation, and we're not empowering everyone who could use the computation to really get the answers out. We need to
Ms. Harris: We have a daughter that was diagnosed with a very severe form of cerebral palsy. We had health insurance when she was born, but there were a lot of copays and deductible payments that were very high. And luckily somebody told us about Medicaid, otherwise I don't know how we would have been
In scathing ruling, judge rips insurer for putting bottom line over patients health US Chief Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero issued his decision Tuesday against United Behavioral Health, a unit of UnitedHealthcare, saying the insurer created internal policies that effectively discriminated against those seeking mental health and substance abuse treatment.
In 2001, I was a brand new, shiny doctor, planning to save the world. My first job was working for three months on a lung cancer unit. Nearly all of my patients were smokers or ex-smokers, and most of them had started smoking when they were children or in their early teens. And
Just last week,.. Korea's biggest tobacco company won a 15-year-long legal battle filed by individuals seeking compensation for smoking-related illnesses. But now it's the National Health Insurance Service's turn, and they think they've got a much better shot at winning. Kwon So-a has this report. For the first time ever here in Korea,
>>BENJI, YOU HAVE BEEN WRITING ABOUT HEALTH CARE FOR AWHILE NOW. ANYONE THAT WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT IT, ONE OF THEM, YOU WRITE THE PRESIDENT HAS THREATENED FOR MONTHS TO WHO WOULD BILLIONS OF DOLLARS. INSURANCE COMPANIES ARE OWED IN COST SHARING DEDICTION. ENSURERS SAY THEY ARE RAISING
(HE) RHODE ISLAND'S COMMERCIAL HEALTH INSURERS ARE HOPING TO INCREASE RATES BY DOUBLE-DIGITS FOR LARGE EMPLOYERS NEXT YEAR. THAT'S ACCORDING TO THE RHODE ISLAND OFFICE OF THE HEALTH INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF RHODE ISLAND HAS ASKED TO INCREASE RATES BY MORE THAN 11 PERCENT --