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Aetna will subsidize Apple Watch in first U.S. insurer deal

lifehealthpro.com — (Bloomberg) - Aetna will give some customers and employees discounts on Apple's smartwatch, offering the potential that incentives from the insurance industry could boost sales of the technology giant's wearable device. Related: Apple said to expand HealthKit from tracker to diagnosis tool Copyright 2016 Bloomberg. All rights reserved.

Aetna Will Subsidize Apple Watch in First U.S. Insurer Deal

bloomberg.com — Aetna Inc. will give some customers and employees discounts on Apple Inc.'s smartwatch, offering the potential that incentives from the insurance industry could boost sales of the technology giant's wearable device. The health insurer, which covers about 23 million people in the U.S., is developing apps for Apple devices that will help consumers remember to take their medicines, get a refill on prescriptions, or contact a doctor.

Adding up the Clinton and Trump health reform proposals

benefitspro.com — (Bloomberg) -- If keep the White House come November, millions of Americans could gain health-care coverage. If Republicans take it back, millions could become uninsured. A new study ran the numbers under the proposals of both U.S. presidential candidates.

Adding up the Clinton and Trump health reform proposals

lifehealthpro.com — (Bloomberg) - If Democrats keep the White House come November, millions of Americans could gain health care coverage. If Republicans take it back, millions could become uninsured. A new study ran the numbers under the proposals of both U.S. presidential candidates.

Adding Up The Clinton And Trump Health-Reform Proposals

How Clinton, Trump Differ on Health Reform

insurancejournal.com — If Democrats keep the White House come November, millions of Americans could gain health-care coverage. If Republicans take it back, millions could become uninsured. A new study ran the numbers under the proposals of both U.S. presidential candidates.

The Numbers Behind Trump Versus Clinton Health-Reform Proposals

bloomberg.com — If Democrats keep the White House come November, millions of Americans could gain health-care coverage. If Republicans take it back, millions could become uninsured. A new study ran the numbers under the proposals of both U.S. presidential candidates.

Trump says he'd use Medicaid to expand insurance coverage

benefitspro.com — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said that as president he would use Medicaid to cover poor people who can't afford private health insurance, and make birth control available without a prescription. Related: Voters don't trust Trump on health care Trump has previously called for repealing the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, which gave states the option to expand Medicaid to higher income levels, as 31 states have done already.

Trump calls for expanded Medicaid, birth control without doctor

spokesman.com — NEW YORK - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said that as president he would use Medicaid to cover poor people who can't afford private health insurance, and make birth control available without a prescription. The comments appeared to differ both with what some Republicans have proposed in the past, and - in the case of Medicaid - aspects of Trump's own policy proposals on his website.

Trump says he’d use Medicaid to expand insurance coverage

lifehealthpro.com — (Bloomberg) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said that as president he would use Medicaid to cover poor people who can't afford private health insurance, and make birth control available without a prescription. The comments appeared to differ both with what some Republicans have proposed in the past, and - in the case of Medicaid - aspects of Trump's own policy proposals on his website.
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Sep 27, 2016

RT @atbwebb: Could this be the first of many such offers? #Apple probably hopes so  http://bloom.bg/2cSGD7r 

Sep 27, 2016

RT @larry_levitt: Absent a significant infusion of outreach $, HHS is using targeted efforts to get more people insured. https://t.co/VQAjKTboSE

Sep 27, 2016

RT @conorsen: Case-Shiller: Portland/Seattle still growing double digits YoY, Denver close. Seasonally-adjusted, San Francisco fe… https://t.co/ojKqgkajX5

Sep 27, 2016

RT @bizboyle: Eight-Cent Eggs: Food Prices are Plunging and Grocers are Getting Slammed  http://bloom.bg/2cRWnas  via @markets @SitkaWriter

Sep 27, 2016

RT @ArmstrongDrew: The FDA's accelerated approval process, a $300K drug, and what "value" should mean -- good piece:  http://www.biocentury.com/biotech-pharma-news/coverstory/2016-09-26/tw-a04 

Sep 26, 2016

RT @MHbherman: Health Care Service Corp. lost a ton of money on the ACA marketplaces in 2015. Yet top executives got giant raises. https://t.co/gjmTxxsXdR


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