What says it''s time for insurance? (Detroit News)
Most consumers normally don''t think about life insurance until an important event takes place -- a marriage, the birth of a child, the purchase of a home, or the death of a friend or relative. Brokers say that''s the way it should be, since those events highlight a new or previously unrecognized need.
Health care agency puts accent on ''care'' North County Times - North San Diego and Southwest Riverside County News (North County Times)
ESCONDIDO ---- Misty Ramos said that she spent her pregnancy being turned away by doctors because she couldn''t afford private health insurance. Then she found Neighborhood HealthCare.
Insurance award on city agenda (The Shawnee News-Star)
The city''s health insurance hot potato is on the Shawnee City Commission''s plate for Monday''s regular meeting. Bids were opened at the April 18 meeting from insurance companies and several agents.
LuAnne Sorrell, Reporter High Rate of Nevadans Living Without Health Insurance (KLAS)
A new study out shows Nevada has the fourth highest percentage of people living without health insurance in the country - -and most of those without insurance have jobs.
Health crisis: No way to pay (Cincinnati Enquirer)
When College Hill resident Charles Rose suffered a stroke, more than $100,000 in medical bills exceeded his health plan''s lifetime cap on hospital care. Now he''s uninsured.
Guest opinion: Expanding Kid Care will help Wyoming families (Billings Gazette)
Every day at the Kid Care CHIP (children''s health insurance program) office we talk to parents who are distressed about health insurance. We hear consistently from families frustrated with insurance offered through an employer that costs half of their monthly salary.
Panel kills universal health insurance (The Sacramento Bee)
Legislation to require every Californian to have basic health insurance was killed Tuesday by the Assembly Health Committee.
Study calls for better health insurance (Pasadena Star-News)
Nearly one-fourth of California''s Latino children do not have health insurance, potentially leading to missed school days and a downward spiral that can have enormous implications on the state''s economic prosperity, UCLA researchers said Tuesday.
DTH Online - State health pilot to face future scrutiny (The Daily Tar Heel)
This Web site was designed using Web standards. Learn more about the benefits of standardized design. With the UNC system still awaiting legislative approval for its employee health insurance initiative, the plan already is drawing intense interest within the university and beyond.
Health-care reform gets local support (Marin Independent Journal)
Local advocates for a state-run health-care system that would cover everyone in California told members of the National Organization for Women last night that the time is ripe for implementation of a single-payer system.