The numbers for insurance (News Observer)
As the nation''s largest advocacy group for small and independent businesses, the National Federation of Independent Businesses is a Goliath made up of many Davids. The group, which has more than 600,000 members, is considered the most powerful business organization in Washington.
Health insurance plan hits money snag (Billings Gazette)
HELENA -- A plan to help Montana''s small businesses afford costly health insurance for their employees has hit a financial snag in the Legislature.
Health insurance reform clears hurdles (The Union Leader and NewHampshire Sunday News)
CONCORD â€” The Senate passed a health insurance reform package yesterday that Gov. John Lynch said will help slow increasing costs to business and individuals.
Small-biz health coverage bill advances (The Milwaukee Business Journal)
A proposal designed to ease the difficulty small employers face getting health coverage under an existing state program moved forward in the Colorado Legislature March 23.
N.H. Senate moves to change insurance law (Citizen Online)
CONCORD â€” The Senate has taken the first step in changing a controversial health insurance law.
Senate OKs Lynch-backed insurance bill (Nashua Telegraph)
CONCORD - The state Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation banning insurance companies from pricing health coverage based on the individual risks of employees.
Wizzard Software Signs Letter of Intent to Acquire the Assets of Interim Health Care of Wyoming for MedivoxRx (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
Wizzard Software announced today that it has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire the assets of Interim Health Care of Wyoming, a home health care franchise agency, for its MedivoxRx Technologies subsidiary.
ThisIsMoney - Guides Permanent health insurance (This Is Money)
Compare & buy... Insurance that will pay you a replacement income if you cannot work through illness or accident can give peace of mind.
Health coverage alphabet soup: HMO, PPO, FSA, HSA (The Milwaukee Business Journal)
Twenty-five years ago, most people had traditional, or indemnity, insurance plans, according to the group America''s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP). Someone with indemnity (fee-for-service) insurance could go to any doctor, hospital or other provider, and both the insurance company and the patient would pay a portion of the bill.
Fewer Employers Totally Cover Health Premiums (New York Times)
As old-line American companies - the last bastions of fully paid employee benefits - struggle in global markets, fewer and fewer of them are able to shoulder 100 percent of workers'' health insurance premiums.