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Short term medical insurance is for those between plans because of a job change, awaiting Medicare, students no longer allowed on their parents plan but not yet employed or if you waiting to get a spouse’s group plan. Short term medical insurance is shockingly affordable and available here in Colorado for 30 days to six months. A Short Term Medical plan can limit your risk of financial loss and offers a blanket of security. 

Short Term Medical - News

Independence Holding Company Announces Short Term Medical Plan Using Cigna Payer Solutions' Network February 18, 2015 03:15

STAMFORD, Conn. -- via PRWEB - Independence American Insurance Company (IAIC), a subsidiary of Independence Holding Company (NYSE: IHC), announces the availability of Connect Net, a new short-term medical ...

GoHealth Explains Health Insurance Options Available After Obamacare Deadline February 16, 2015 06:00

GoHealth, the nation's leading private online exchange for individuals and families to shop and compare health insurance plans, announces coverage options available for people who missed the Affordable ...

More than 100,000 in SC could lose health insurance if Supreme Court rules against subsidies March 02, 2015 18:33

A ruling outlawing the subsidies would translate into making insurance out of reach... Click to Continue

UK healthcare firm Bupa sees strong growth in India March 05, 2015 03:13

British private healthcare group Bupa is eager to expand quickly in India's fast-growing health insurance market, once a rule change on foreign investment is implemented, the firm's chief executive said on Thursday. Bupa, which operates globally and gets 70 percent of its revenue from health insurance, said in January it planned to raise its stake to a new maximum of 49 percent in its joint ...

Americans lack financial resources to handle emergencies March 03, 2015 09:00

Most American workers are not in a position to cover the financial needs they may face if they are unable to work or face other unexpected financial hardships, according to a research report released today by Prudential Financial Inc.

When mental meets medical: The integration of psychiatric care March 05, 2015 15:22

Sun, 01 Mar 2015 10:02:01 GMT By Molly Rosbach Yakima Herald-Republic KAITLYN BERNAUER/Yakima Herald-Republic Greg Katzenberg, left, and nurse practitioner Amelia Rutter are shown at the integrated clinic at Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health on Thursday. For people with mental illness, an ordinary doctor visit can be daunting. Finding transportation to the office can be a challenge ...

AXA S.A. Expands Its Global Employee Benefits Footprint with Entry into the US Market February 23, 2015 12:19

AXA S.A., a global financial protection and retirement savings leader, is further extending its footprint into the United States with the launch of its U.S. Employee Benefits business, through subsidiaries AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company and MONY Life Insurance Company of America.

Independence Holding Company Unveils Technology Platform to Administer Full Spectrum of Health Products on Private and ... February 25, 2015 08:35

STAMFORD, Conn. and ATLANTA -- Independence Holding Company today announced that IHC Health Solutions, Inc., which administers multiple health insurance lines of business for IHC's carriers and other insurance ...

Terry Savage: 5 Savage Truths about Medicaid and long-term care March 01, 2015 22:38

The oldest baby boomers are now turning 70. Suddenly, the possibility of needing long-term care looms, despite the medical advances in joint replacement, heart surgery and pharmaceuticals.

Clubs need long-term mental health plan: FIFPro February 06, 2015 08:56

By Philip O'Connor (Reuters) - Soccer clubs need to take a longer-term approach to the mental health of their players, and not just for the duration of their contracts, the chief medical officer of world players' union FIFPro told Reuters. The issue was brought to the fore after former Premier League player and ex-chairman of the English Professional Footballers' Association Clarke Carlisle said ...