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The nation’s #1 source of timely, objective business, financial and regulatory news of the health insurance industry. Published since 1991, the 8-page weekly features valuable insights and strategies for health plan managers and others who must monitor the activities and performance of health insurers. Coverage includes new benefit designs and underwriting practices, new products and marketing strategies, mergers and alliances, financial performance and results, Medicare and Medicaid opportunities, disease management, and the flood of changes to the Affordable Care Act.
Even with Republicans’ initial health reform bill dead, enormous change still lies ahead for health insurers that face an increasingly turbulent individual market, continued calls to dramatically change Medicaid funding and continual hikes in drug prices.
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