Breaking News from Our Neighbors to the North

August 7, 2017
CanuckCare© continues to auger in: ““Free” Canadian healthcare is not free, according to a report released Tuesday … a “typical Canadian family of four will pay $ 12,057 for health care in 2017—an increase...

SEP News (Sorta)

July 11, 2017
As we’ve previously noted, the qualification process for triggering a Special Open Enrollment have gotten tougher as carriers have been hot with ever higher claims: “Perhaps the most egregious is the fact that no...

Bad news: A P&C case study

July 6, 2017
Our friend Jeff M sent along the link to this sad story: “Owners and renters in North Carolina say they were left in the dark after a beach condominium community suddenly shut down. The...

Hopeful Alzheimer’s News

May 11, 2017
We last blogged on Alzheimer’s treatments about a year or so ago, with this unlikely news: “Maple syrup isn’t just delicious, it could also cure Alzheimer’s disease“ Blueberries made an appearance, too. Fast forward...

Good news, Bad news Monday

March 6, 2017
First the bad news: “ObamaCare’s Popularity Is A Myth — Satisfaction Craters To 22% As Law Continues To Collapse“ Ooops. Now the good: “ObamaCare’s Popularity Is A Myth — Satisfaction Craters To 22% As...

News from the Front

December 1, 2016
Regular readers know that I’ve decided to sit out this Open Enrollment season. I’m far from alone in this, but got email yesterday from good friend and colleague Scott M with a first-hand report...

LifeLock News

November 21, 2016
So this happened: I reached out to our friend Steve Geis (VP at Cornerstone) for his thoughts. Steve’s the one who basically put our LifeLock discount program together; he replied: “In my opinion, this...

Promising Health News

November 14, 2016
Some potential good news for fans of the Much Vaunted National Health System©: they may be able to move on from using maggots to treat MRSA. How’s that, you ask? Well: “A 25-year-old student...

Blast from the Past: Penn Treaty in the News

October 20, 2016
Co-Blogger Bob just sent me this: “Penn Treaty and its affiliates are so broke that their unpaid obligations for Pennsylvania are expected to top $ 500 million, “close to or at the 2 percent...

Gaming O’Care in the news

September 15, 2016
Co-blogger Patrick has written quite a bit about the challenges that carriers face regarding the overly generous 90 day grace period enjoyed by folks who buy their ObamaPlans on the Exchange. Now, some 4...
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