Insightin Health Promotes Ross Bauer to Senior Director of Business Intelligence – Press Release

Prominent Healthcare Tech Firm Continues to Enhance Client-Focused Team


BALTIMORE – November 11, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

Insightin Health, provider of Artificial Intelligence driven “Next Best Action” for preventative care management, announced the promotion of Ross Bauer to Senior Director of Business Intelligence, effective as of November 2020. Bauer joined Insightin Health in December of 2019 as Director of Product Development. Bauer’s contributions to the Insightin team have included his comprehensive assessment when solving client business problems, a strategic mindset for providing the most user-friendly solutions, and the ability to bring teams together and lead impactful, meaningful dialogue. Bauer’s effective listening

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Alberta finance minister accuses nurses’ union of trying to ‘take advantage of a health crisis’

Finance Minister Travis Toews issued a blistering news release on Thursday afternoon, accusing an Alberta nurses union of orchestrating an “overreaching and disingenuous demand for indefinite job security” that he described as “a shameful effort to take advantage of a health crisis.”



a man wearing a suit and tie: Alberta Finance Minister Travis Toews, who delivered his first-quarter economic update Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020.


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Alberta Finance Minister Travis Toews, who delivered his first-quarter economic update Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020.

Toews issued the statement after the United Nurses of Alberta, which represents more than 30,000 registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and “allied workers,” announced it had rejected Alberta Health Services’ proposal to delay collective bargaining until 2021.

“I

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Health Insurance rules changing from October 1, 2020



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New Delhi: Beginning October 1, 2020 a lot of changes may kick in the Health insurance zone. The new rules apply to waiting period after getting health insurance, claim rejection by the companies, inclusion of many more illnesses in the health cover. However, the consumer taking the health insurance must also note that the premium paid on the health insurance may also go up.

Here is looking at some major rules that may to kick in from October 1, 2020

The coverage of health insurance will become wider. Many more illnesses will be covered under

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Health insurance startup Oscar Health is gearing up for a 2021 IPO

  • Oscar Health, the health insurance company cofounded by Joshua Kushner and Mario Schlosser, is prepping for a public listing in 2021, says Axios.
  • The New York-based company initially aimed to provide coverage under the Affordable Care Act at the beginning of its launch in 2012, but has since expanded into other health insurance markets. 
  • It’s raised around $1.5 billion from major venture capital firms, including Thrive Capital, Alphabet, and Founders Fund, and is now hiring banks ahead its plans to go public. 
  • Though the move isn’t a surprise in today’s startup IPO market, it’s suspected to be loosely tied to
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Health exchange insurance rates coming down | Local News

Health insurance premiums will fall in 2021 for New Mexicans enrolled in beWellnm, the state’s Obama-era insurance exchange for workers who aren’t offered health coverage through employers and those who are self-employed.

The New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance reported Tuesday that “silver” plans — those ranked in the middle category — will drop an average of 8.1 percent to 13.5 percent next year.

Consumers can choose from three levels of plans offered by five insurance carriers participating in the exchange.

Santa Fe has the lowest decreases among the state’s five regions at 6.7 percent for bronze plans, 8.1

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Dental and health insurance are converging. Here’s what it means for patients and payers

Health insurers are moving in on the profitable turf dental insurers have claimed for decades; the number of health plans offering adult dental benefits more than doubled in the past two years, according to a new survey of dental- and health-insurance leaders we conducted earlier this year.

As the convergence accelerates, more consumers can expect their health plans to offer dental insurance, albeit with a separate premium – a model that could come to dominate the market in the next few years.

With any fundamental shift in healthcare, however, comes a slew of urgent, complex questions: Will some dental payers

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Five mistakes to avoid while buying health insurance



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During these unprecedented times with COVD-19, our priorities and perception towards life have changed in many ways. People have realised the importance of health and taking care of it from the early days of life. The world we live in today is already full of uncertainties and prioritising our health has become one of our major tasks. We need to have a financial backup as medical costs are skyrocketing. Many have now understood the importance of having a health insurance policy, but people often fail to buy the right one that suits their requirements. 

Here

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The pandemic shows America can’t afford its dysfunctional health insurance system

For many of the nearly 28 million Americans without health insurance, complying with the CDC guidelines to stay home and in touch with a doctor when Covid-19 symptoms are present is an impossibility.



a group of people on a rock: PLYMOUTH, MA - AUGUST 10: Onlookers watch from the shore as The replica ship Mayflower II comes back into Plymouth Harbor after being rehabbed in Connecticut for the past three years on August 10, 2020 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing in Massachusetts. Festivites around the aniversary were scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)


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PLYMOUTH, MA – AUGUST 10: Onlookers watch from the shore as The replica ship Mayflower II comes back into Plymouth Harbor after being rehabbed in Connecticut for the past three years on August 10, 2020 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing in Massachusetts. Festivites around the aniversary were scaled back due to the coronavirus pandemic. (Photo

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Pethealth to Combine with Crum & Forster Accident & Health; Will Create Fourth Largest Pet Insurance Entity in U.S. Market

Aug. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Crum & Forster, Accident & Health (www.cfins.com) announces that Pethealth Inc. (www.pethealthinc.com) will complete a reorganization transaction that will result in Pethealth combining with the Crum & Forster family and becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Crum & Forster Holdings Corp, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited (www.fairfax.ca). The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected

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