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BlueCross BlueShield Hack Exposed Data For Millions of Customers ?

By |September 11th, 2015|

Another day, another hack, this remind me of the new ad campaign from IBM ( No security breach today). The  New York-based Heathcare supplier Excellus BlueCross BlueShield: the firm says that more than ten million private records of its own customers were exposed to hackers in a assault this past August.

The Healthcare company found the […]

Tips to avoid Medicare Scam, how to not become another health fraud victim

By |September 4th, 2015|

It's time to fight back and avoid becoming another victim of Medicare Fraud, there's a noticeable uptick in Medicare Scams these days, new and always more creative methods to harass seniors or dupe doctor' offices into authorizing durable medical equipment which is not wanted and should not be authorized in the first place.

When Marsha Kelly […]

WalkerCare gives women reasons to worry again

By |August 23rd, 2015|

If women are beginning to get a tad concerned about what their world might be like if the next occupant of the White House is a Republican, they have more reason to worry now that some of the GOP candidates for president are cluing us in about their Obamacare replacement plans.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on […]

Health Wonk Review for August 19, 2015

By |August 21st, 2015|

Thanks to Peggy Salvatore over at Health System Ed for tackling this week’s edition of Health Wonk Review. She’s serving up a dozen-ish posts for your consideration.
Special thanks to Peggy for including our medicareresources.org Blog post in the line-up. Our post this week – from Wendell Potter look at why folks in the U.S. are […]

Why pre-existing conditions mattered … to millions

By |August 19th, 2015|

The Republican candidates for president who say they’ll lead the charge to repeal Obamacare if they’re elected (that would be all 17 of them) might want to take note of the most recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll: more Americans are now for the law than against it. If you don’t believe me, take a look […]

How International Students should plan their studies in the US

By |August 14th, 2015|

Today we decided to provide you a Program Timeline to plan your studies to the U.S, follow those steps and you should be able to become an international student without frustration ( let's say with less frustration 😉 ). The application process is long, give yourself as much chance as possible to complete it succesfuly,.

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Switzerland Is 1st Nation to Lift Iran Sanctions; Re/Insurer Policies Affected

By |August 13th, 2015|

Switzerland is lifting sanctions against Iran after the Gulf state sealed a historic accord with world powers to curb its nuclear program.
The move on Wednesday made it the first nation to remove sanctions since the July 14 deal, which calls for lifting sanctions in return for limits on Iran’s nuclear work.
The decision removes a ban […]

Willis Completes Acquisition of Taiwan’s Elite Risk Services

By |August 12th, 2015|

Willis Group Holdings plc has announced the completion of its acquisition of Elite Risk Services Limited of Taiwan.
Willis said the deal is a ”significant boost” to its market presence in Taiwan, as it “almost doubles the size of its existing business. The newly combined resources and expertise will enable Willis to strengthen its offering to […]

QBE Completes Sale of Argentine Workers’ Compensation Business

By |August 11th, 2015|

QBE announced it has completed of the sale of the group’s workers’ compensation business in Argentina to La Caja Aseguradora de Riesgos de Trabajo ART SA, a company wholly owned by the Werthein Group, which has had a significant presence in the Argentine insurance market over the past two decades.
The effective sale date was August […]

Navigators Group Settles Probe Into Iran, North Korea Sanctions Violations

By |August 10th, 2015|

Navigators Group Inc., the insurer that focuses on marine risks, agreed to settle a U.S. probe that it violated sanctions through deals tied to banned nations.
Navigators will pay about $272,000 to resolve the liability for 48 suspected violations, according to a document distributed Friday by the U.S. Treasury Department. Those violations included policies on North […]