Trump administration halts billions in insurance payments under Obamacare

  1. Trump administration halts billions in insurance payments under Obamacare  Reuters
  2. Trump administration takes another major swipe at the Affordable Care Act  Washington Post
  3. Health Insurers Warn of Market Turmoil as Trump Suspends Billions in Payments  New York Times
  4. Trump Administration May Be Preparing A New Obamacare Sabotage Effort  HuffPost
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Google's voice-calling AI could handle your next insurance claim (updated)

  1. Google’s voice-calling AI could handle your next insurance claim (updated)  Engadget
  2. Google Duplex being tested in call centers as ethical concerns reportedly slow development [Update]  9to5Google
  3. [Updated]Call Centers May Adopt Polarizing Google Duplex Service: Report  Android Headlines
  4. Google’s plan to replace call center workers with its controversial Duplex AI revealed  Daily Mail
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Trump's new health insurance rules expected to hurt Obamacare

  1. Trump’s new health insurance rules expected to hurt Obamacare  Politico
  2. Trump officials move to expand non-ObamaCare health plans  The Hill
  3. The Health 202: The Trump administration will allow people to buy cheaper health plans. But they won’t have certain …  Washington Post
  4. Trump is finalizing one of his big proposals to undercut the ACA  Vox
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What Health-Law Case Means for Insurance Markets

  1. What Health-Law Case Means for Insurance Markets  Wall Street Journal
  2. The Federal Government Abandons the Most Popular Part of the ACA  The Atlantic
  3. Insurers oppose legal challenge to health law  The Boston Globe
  4. Justice Dept. Says Crucial Provisions of Obamacare Are Unconstitutional  New York Times
  5. The Justice Department abandons the ACA — and with it, the law  Washington Post
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Half of hepatitis C patients with private insurance denied life-saving drugs

The number of insurance denials for life-saving hepatitis C drugs among patients with both private and public insurers remains high across the United States. Private insurers had the highest denial rates, with 52.4 percent of patients denied coverage, while Medicaid denied 34.5 percent of patients and Medicare denied 14.7 percent.
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Party bus carrying UNCC student who fell to her death had no insurance, fake tags

  1. Party bus carrying UNCC student who fell to her death had no insurance, fake tags  WSOC Charlotte
  2. Party bus that UNCC student fell out of wasn’t insured, had fake license plate, Charlotte police say  Greensboro News & Record
  3. NC fraternity suspended after college student falls out of party bus and dies  Gaston Gazette
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