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Health Care: The Difference Between Life and Death

  Broadcast in Lifestyle

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(914) 338-1535



• Are you uninsured?

• Are you looking for affordable health care insurance?

• Do you want to know what options are available?

• Are you caught in the coils of COBRA?

• Do you have questions on the proposed health care reform bill?

If so, then you will want to listen to today's show: Health Care: The Difference Between Life and Death with my two special guests Congressman Jim Himes who represents Connecticut’s 4th District in the United States House of Representatives. He is currently serving his first term in Congress and is a member of the House Committees on Financial Services and Homeland Security.

My other guest is Alex Rivlin, Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer of InsureMonkey.com.

Alex is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of InsureMonkey(http://www.insuremonkey.com), a company he co-founded in 2005 as a way to simplify and open access to health insurance for everyone. Alex is responsible for overseeing the company’s strategic direction, planning and implementation. His commitment to openness has led to the many strategic advantages of the InsureMonkey.com website. Among these is a risk-free shopping experience with no requirement to submit personal information, a member rating system to provide feedback on the most popular health insurance plans, and an easy way for members to build an insurance plan with the benefits they choose.

Tune in today to get your questions answers health insurance, getting covered and even the health reform in debate or story or to share your own. Remember this is a live show and you I invite you to call in to get all the questions you have about your health care live on the show by calling in at (914) 338-1535!

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