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For the third year, there is a very short window – Nov. 1 to Dec. 15 – to sign up for health insurance through the federal marketplace; however, 2020 is challenged unlike any other with in-person assistance funding cut by more than 80 percent and advertising extremely limited. Additional efforts to undermine the marketplace – …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of the New Mexico Health Connections CO-OP has voted to cease operations beginning January 1, 2021. The Board also voted to continue serving members through the end of 2020 to ensure continuity of its current members’ health insurance. Members will need to select a new …

FILE PHOTO: A pedestrians walks past the Aviva logo outside the company head office in the city of London, Britain March 7, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson LONDON (Reuters) – Aviva (AV.L) CEO Maurice Tulloch is stepping down with immediate effect for family health reasons, the UK insurer said on Monday, naming independent director and former Zurich …

Columbus has a new insurance company with a focus on providing fast quotes for consumers bundling auto and home policies. Branch says its technology gives it an edge over other insurers. First was Root. Now, there is Branch. Three years after Downtown Columbus-based insurer Root started offering coverage only for good drivers, Branch has launched …

Private healthcare insurer Laya is to create a nationwide network of health and wellbeing clinics. The move is seen as a belated response to VHI’s decision to restrict access to its Swiftcare clinics to all but its own members two years ago. Laya said its first new clinic will open in Cherrywood in Dublin next …

Mon, Nov 18, 2019 – 3:34 PM [SAN FRANCISCO] Silicon Valley data analytics company Palantir Technologies Inc has established a joint venture with Japanese insurance holding company Sompo Holdings Inc that will initially focus on health and cybersecurity clients, Palantir said. The joint venture, owned 50-50 by Palantir and Sompo, will service Japanese government as …

On the surface, Ali Diab’s job doesn’t sound like the coolest one in tech.  Diab is the CEO and cofounder of Collective Health, a startup that works with employers to provide health insurance to their workers. “It’s not glamorous,” Diab said. “I absolutely never thought I’d be getting into this business had I not had …