Call Us Free: (800) 385-2536

Archive for the Live Insurance News Category

95 percent of US healthcare groups opposed Trump’s new health insurance rules

Nearly every group that submitted formal comments officially panned the strategy the president proposed. Over 95 percent of the US healthcare groups that submitted formal comments regarding President Trump’s strategy to dismantle the Affordable Care Act were opposed to his efforts. They either criticized the new health […]

Read more

2018 Hurricane Season should be an average one, says Munich Re

The Germany based reinsurer is predicting fewer storms than 2017’s record breaking year. Munich Re is predicting an average 2018 Hurricane Season. This comes as somewhat of a relief following the record-breaking destruction left behind last year. The 2017 season brought insurance companies approximately $135 billion in […]

Read more

Could health food insurance support preventative medicine and natural treatments?

Doctors and healthcare providers are increasingly pursuing food-based interventions. Health food insurance could one day be on its way to American plans. Just as health plans currently cover some prevention, prescriptions, procedures and doctor visits, they may one day cover certain foods. The idea is that food-based […]

Read more

Blockchain insurance technology goes live through EY’s Maritime

A new pilot is underway to use the tech most often associated with cryptocurrencies for new uses. A number of companies are working together on a blockchain insurance technology pilot program. The idea is to trial the platform for the global shipping industry. The tech has now […]

Read more

General Electric seeks to divest itself of insurance business

GE wants to step away from the long term care insurance that is now costing it far too much. General Electric Co. is currently seeking to unload its troubled insurance business. The American multinational conglomerate has been working with investment bankers to identify opportunities. The company’s insurance […]

Read more

Mayo Clinic downsizing leads to heath insurance unit sale

Corporate downsizing has led the highly reputed organization to take a new direction with its coverage. The Mayo Clinic has sold its health insurance unit in western Wisconsin. Patients covered by those policies will be offered a new option for their coverage. The policyholders were not without […]

Read more

Cyber insurance providers may face greater risk than natural disasters

Data increasingly shows that the cost of a massive cyberattack can be more costly than a hurricane. It took a number of years for cyber insurance providers to be taken seriously. However, with the rising frequency and cost associated with high-profile and widespread attacks, that situation is […]

Read more

Georgia purchase largest US cyber insurance policy

The state is adding to its protection against hackers following a massive March ransomware attack. Georgia has added a new layer of protection against hackers by purchasing the largest cyber insurance policy in the United States. The coverage is a component of the state’s new strategy against […]

Read more

Royal wedding excitement reminds couples to review insurance and important documents

This weekend’s marriage between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle was an important reminder to everyone. Couples around the world swept up in royal wedding excitement are encouraged to look at their own relationships. All the details surrounding the royal wedding were a great reminder to check our […]

Read more

Toothbrush startup acquires dental insurance company for total tooth care

Quip has announced its intentions to purchase Afora, taking the next step in its unique business model. Electric toothbrush startup, Quip, is acquiring Afora, a dental insurance company. Quip first started selling its toothbrushes online back in 2015. It has, since that time, built a substantial consumer […]

Read more
Page 2 of 6612345...102030...Last »