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Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

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Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

Approximately thirty million American women will gain from the new health reform law over the next ten years, according to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund , a private foundation based in New York.

The authors state that the law will stabilize women’s growing exposure to ever-increasing health costs, and even reverse it, by subsidizing health insurance for approximately 15 million women who currently have to no health insurance Read the rest of this entry »

TEHACHAPI, Calif. ? Hundreds of firefighters gained ground Wednesday against the most destructive of two big wildfires that have burned homes and forced 2,300 people to evacuate mountain communities on the edge of the Mojave Desert and in the southern Sierra Nevada.

A 1,400-acre blaze that chased residents from the Old West Ranch community about 10 miles south of Tehachapi was 25 percent contained.

The firefighting command revised Read the rest of this entry »

The risks confronting insurers appear to become more complex every day.

Traditional risk, notably catastrophes, remains a core concern for underwriters. But newer risks, such as inflation and even advancing technology, must be taken into insurers’ risk management calculations as well, observers say.

Property catastrophe risk ?is and continues to be the largest risk,? said Joe Lebens, senior consultant at Towers Watson & Co. in Read the rest of this entry »

While it’s not necessarily reason for insurers to throw up their hands and crack open the champagne, a preliminary review by SNL Financial of Q3 statutory financial data for U.S. property/casualty insurers found modest improvement in underwriting profitability and additional stabilization through realized and unrealized capital gains.

While it’s not necessarily reason for insurers to throw up their hands and crack open the champagne, a Read the rest of this entry »