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The Sunday Times has a piece about how health insurance companies are shifting their fight to a new terrain, the rule-making process for the new federal health care reform. Click here to read the article, written by Robert Pear. The legislation sets forth general requirements for the law, while the rules are ever-so-important because they are […]

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There was an op-ed in the New York Times the other day celebrating that health insurance companies are beginning to put an end to their practice of rescinding coverage after a policyholder gets sick. This practice will no longer be allowed under the new federal health care legislation, but the effective date is months away. Recently, the […]

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Health Insurance Wonk Alert!

There is an article at www.law.com (you can find it here) that is the most comprehensive layout of the new health care reform law. Its written by lawyers at Chadbourne & Park, which makes me figure, in the long view, that lawyers are willing to dive into this kind of wonkishness where journalists fear to tread. As you’ll […]

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There is an interesting article in the New York Times that discusses how New York state, with its prohibition against denying coverage based on pre-existing conditions, may serve as an example for the recently-enacted federal health care reform legislation. The gist of the story is this: without controls on insurance company price-setting and profits, they […]

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