The Agency for Florida Health Insurance Providing Floridians Health Insurance Info, Independent Health Care, and Health (PR Web via Yahoo! News)
(PRWEB) April 27, 2005 -- The Agency for Health Insurance, ( http://www.theagencyforhealthinsurance.com ) the web"s newest independent portal geared toward the diverse medical needs of Floridians searching the net for better and more affordable healthcare benefits and major medical insurance policies and plan options has recently announced its intent to dramatically widen its already surprisingly
The Agency for Florida Health Insurance Providing Floridians Health Insurance Info, Independent Health Care, and Health (PR Web)
In whats quickly becoming a string of recent efforts on their part, to present the state of Floridas growing population of internet-consumers with affordable and easily accessible health care related insurance plans, medical provider options and specialized care services The Agency for Health Insurance, (http://www.theagencyforhealthinsurance.com) FLs premiere clearing house for free, fast and
Insurance crisis may be overstated (Detroit News)
WASHINGTON -- The number of Americans who lack health insurance -- one of the most watched and worrisome indicators of economic well-being -- may be overstated by as much as 20 percent, according to new research conducted for the government.
Hawaii ranks second on health insurance list (BizJournals)
Hawaii has the second-lowest rate of uninsured residents in the nation, after Minnesota, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation reported Tuesday.
BW 50: Can Caremark''s Health Hold Up? (BusinessWeek)
Its drug-benefit business is soaring, but it faces a growing set of legal challenges
Panel discusses U.S. health care crisis (The Chronicle Online)
In a panel aimed at addressing issues surrounding the accessibility of health insurance to Americans Monday night, three professionals proposed a wide range of answers to the growing concern.
Research: Number of uninsured flawed (Myrtle Beach Online)
WASHINGTON - The number of Americans who lack health insurance - one of the most watched and worrisome indicators of economic well-being - might be overstated by as much as 20 percent, shows new research conducted for the government.
Public Universities Outline ''Bill Of Health'' Initiative to Protect Access to Healthcare in Illinois (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Whether it is an outdated 50-year old pharmacy lab with rotary telephones at the University of Illinois at Chicago , or a brand new, $30-million research lab in Springfield at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine that remains dark because the school lacks operating funds, healthcare colleges at Illinois'' public universities are struggling to maintain viability amidst increasing costs
Guest column 04.26.05 (Sonoma Index-Tribune)
Over a year ago, I joined Keith Richman, R-Granada Hills, a physician and assemblyman from Southern California, to seek a solution to our health-care crisis. We come from different perspectives and different political parties.
Heads are spinning, but their backs are fine (Bradley News Weekly)
We won t bother with the sugar coating. When we set out to write an editorial about the issue of county health insurance, we were absolutely sure of only one thing. We are opposed to the county mayor s rhetorical pandering to county employees in a lame attempt to secure votes.