For the next two months, Californians will to be subjected to a barrage of TV, radio and online ads, which, ironically, they unknowingly will be paying for with their health insurance premiums.
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You might be surprised to learn that more and more of the dollars you pay for coverage are being sucked into a kind of black hole. It doesn't really disappear, of course.
It could turn out that UnitedHealth will help consumers the same way the nation's second largest insurer, WellPoint, did several months ago when it announced that it was hiking Californians' premiums as much as 37%.
In the simplest of words, the health care reform bill has become a Cash for Clunkers program for HMOs. Let's take a look at some of the bigger winners and losers.
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UnitedHealth Group and other private insurance companies have perfected the art of how to make the most money and take care of the least amount of people, and America is sick and tired of it.
Everyone--including those working in health care profession--is ready for change, Valerie says, but no one sees the light at the end of the tunnel.
Yesterday, Third Way -- which claims to be the "moderate wing of the progressive movement" -- proved why they should rebrand themselves "the Think Tank arm of the insurance industry lobby."
Health insurance companies are not in the business of making healthcare easier for us; they are in business.
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