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NEW: Colorado Gov. Jared Polis is opposing a bipartisan bill that would require Colorado insurers to cover annual mental health wellness exams

U.S. lawmaker wants insurers, govt. to share future pandemic business losses

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THE AI IN INSURANCE REPORT: How forward-thinking insurers are using AI to slash costs and boost customer satisfaction as disruption looms by @BIUK 

U.S. lawmaker wants insurers, govt. to share future pandemic business losses

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What insurers do — and don’t — owe restaurants during COVID-19 by @coreymintz 

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Insurers propose pandemic assistance plan: Federal money, not business interruption insurance, is the appropriate response to a pandemic, property and casualty carriers say.  ^ > @CFODive  #CFO  #Finance  #Business 

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Insurers and non-bank deposit takers, Reserve Bank's biggest worry

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U.S. lawmaker wants insurers and taxpayers to share payouts for future pandemic business losses

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What insurers do — and don’t — owe restaurants during COVID-19 by @coreymintz 

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Insurers and non-bank deposit takers, Reserve Bank's biggest worry

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Graham-Cassidy allows insurers to NOT cover: -Pregnancy -Newborn care -Mental health services -Prescription drugs -Rehab -Birth control

Trump officials have decided against reopening Obamacare enrollment to uninsured Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, defying calls from health insurers and Dems to create a special sign-up window amid the health crisis

BREAKING: I am announcing a new directive requiring NY health insurers to waive cost sharing associated with testing for #coronavirus , including emergency room, urgent care and office visits. We can't let cost be a barrier to access to COVID-19 testing for any New Yorker.

Politico: “The Trump administration has decided against reopening Obamacare enrollment to uninsured Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, defying calls from health insurers and Democrats to create a special sign-up window amid the health crisis.”

Important: if Trump stops paying insurers, rates for EVERYBODY go up - not just for people on ACA exchange plans. Get ready, America!!

Your daily reminder that: a. Trump is using a provision of the Affordable Care Act to require that insurers cover the Coronavirus test. b. Trump is in court right now trying to invalidate the entirety of the Affordable Care Act.

Trump's address to the nation: 1. Said he was banning cargo shipments from Europe (He is not) 2. Said the travel restrictions to Europe go into effect on midnight Friday (It's 24 hours later) 3. Said insurers have agreed to waive copays for COVID-19 treatment (They have not)

Massachusetts just became the first state to give all women access to free birth control. State health insurers are now required by law to cover contraceptives with no co-pay, regardless of changes in federal policy.

Let's be crystal clear here: @POTUS  is reportedly going to stop payments to insurers to intentionally cause millions to lose insurance.

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