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1. The evidence that insurers are interfering of which Independent and UKColumn article are a factual good start.
2. The pitiful levels of compensation paid out on average eg £250k for 26 victims in Nottingham.
3. Talk about the scale of the abuse and how this produces very high risk £150-650 billion with no problems if the average victim is paid say £1million for the abuse and lifetime of suffering. If the figure is £3-5m per person them the sums are so vast that we are talking international banks failing. Think it would good to discuss just what the suffering is and the effect during their later lives. We can also talk about the number of deaths.
4. Documents. I will have some documents with quotes from insurers about the child abuse risks.
5. Zurich and other companies involved - people involved Blair and also backers of Exaro. Effect on Lloyds of London. Who are the actuaries calculating the risk KPMG are one lot. But to calculate the risk they first have to estimate the number of children abused. How are they doing this (which they are) if the statistics for the number of children abused in care are hidden from the public and children's homes records closed for periods between 50 & 80 years.
6. The constant attempt to drag child abuse into monetary compensation when the crime is criminal and the first priority should be on investigation arrest and punishment. This is also the start of healing for victims that the perpetrators are brought to justice.
Monetary compensation alone is a scam to attempt to buy off victims.
7. Does the government have reserves to underwrite insurers child abuse risks? I don't know the answer to this question.
Arizona is among the 23 states where CO-OP health plans were established under the ACA
Ten of the 13 carriers in Arizona’s exchange have proposed rate increases of less than ten percent for 2016.
Buying health coverage through MNsure will get a lot more expensive for many people next year.
Average rate increases for individual and family coverage will range from 14 percent to 49 percent compared to 2015, the agency said Thursday. The highest average rate increase — 49 percent — will come from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the state's largest insurer.
Analyst Cynthia Cox with the Kaiser Family Foundation, said even after prices rise, rates in Minnesota are still below the national average."And that's because these premiums started out very very low. I know Minnesotans may not believe it after having two years in a row of double digit increases in their exchange premiums but Minnesotans still pay less than many other people in the country do," Cox said.
The chart and tables below present an updated analysis of changes in premiums for the lowest- and second-lowest cost silver marketplace plans in major cities in 13 states and the District of Columbia, where we were able to find complete data on rates for all insurers. This page will be updated as complete rate information becomes available for more states.http://kff.org/health-reform/fact-sheet/analysis-of-2016-premium-changes-in-the-affordable-care-acts-health-insurance-marketplaces/
While I sit, staring at my phone for the call that will pull the trigger on which assisted living facility will receive dear old Dad's patronage, the Wayback Machine will take you back to the runup to the last government shutdown. And pay attention well, because Mitch McConnell will not let there be sequel.
Not sure where to look for finding Auto Insurance Companies who treats Policyholders fairly after being involved in a car accident? Each year, evaluating the record of Insurance Carriers can provide insights on how they will treat you when needing them most. Worried about a "real" safety net when promised by Auto Insurance or Employer ERISA Benefits? Trouble is not the time to learn what kind of Insurance Company you've been paying premiums to yearly.
Join ESTRA today on setting up a plan to help you decide on which Insurance Companies treat Policyholders with respect and dignity. Insured Civil Rights Legislation approved by Congress is still needed to level this unbalance playing field in favor of insurers.
Everyone is talking about using analytics to improve healthcare, collecting data on blood pressure, insulin levels, heart rate and other indicators. However, health plan CareSource not only is analyzing that traditional medical data but is using analytics to draw a more complete picture of a patient and the life factors -- lifestyle, home life, and work -- that shape their health. The goal is to prevent recurrence of medical issues and readmission to the hospital.
Bob Gladden, vice president for CareSource's Center for Analytics, and his team are taking creative approaches to healthcare analytics in an effort to keep their clients healthier in the long run. Gladden joins All Analytics Radio to discuss how organizations can use analytics to search for healthcare solutions that range beyond what we have grown to view as standard health data.
In this show you will learn:
About the impact that unnecessary recurrence and readmission have on patients, providers, insurers, and the public
How providers and insurers can utilize data analytics to have a positive impact on patient lives while delivering efficiencies throughout the healthcare system
What types of life factors have a significant impact on patient health and how data can identify possible solutions
About the unexpected role that healthcare analytics can have in shaping public policy, particularly for those patients most in need
Dr. Elaina George is concerned that health insurers are becoming so big that they will soon be Too big to fail. And she's right. That's why she's gone the route of Liberty HealthShare, where like minded people have co-opted together to pay their health care bills together. Liberty HealthShare is a truly non-profit organization. Dr. George has been a member for the past 18 months and has gotten many of her friends and family members involved as well. It works!
Join PopHealth Week Wednesday June 10 at 12 pm eastern with our special guest:
Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD (@DrKavehSafavi) Managing Director for Global Healthcare business at Accenture Health @AccentureHealth. Dr. Safavi is responsible for developing and driving a growth strategy that differentiates Accenture's offerings for providers, health insurers and public and private health systems across the globe.
Accenture Health Management Services offer solutions to help patients, providers and risk-bearers coordinate and manage population health and wellness across care settings in a way that ensures optimal health outcomes, efficient healthcare spend and drives affordability.
We’ll be discussing some of Kaveh’s thoughts on population health and where he believes providers should be focusing their efforts.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Congress votes to ban some abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
* The Obama administration says that health insurers must pay for abortifacients.
* Rick Santorum has a miracle daughter, Bella, who overcoming sickness, just turned 7 years old.
Auto Insurance Companies currently can ask Insurance Policyholders for anything they want in response to a claim being filed. Who would provide them with so much power and why? This opens the door for bad faith practices against insured. Is this main reason Policyholders are not being paid settlements and having to accept low-balled claim amounts? Policyholders need Insured Civil Rights Legislation Protection in order reign in the Wall Street power and control Insurers use to take advantage of Main Street.
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