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Chinese Protests Over Health Insurance Underscore Risks for Xi

(Bloomberg) — Chinese pensioners returned to the streets of Wuhan to protest changes to their medical benefits, highlighting the challenge confronting President Xi Jinping’s government following historic anti-lockdown demonstrations in November. Photos and videos taken in Wuhan on Wednesday showed a large group of people gathered under an overpass singing and chanting, despite a heavy […]

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Pickleball is bad news for health insurance stocks, UBS says

A sport that is making many older Americans more active could be backfiring for health insurance companies, according to UBS. Pickleball is a tennis-adjacent sport that has exploded in popularity since the Covid-19 pandemic, attracting millions of new players and celebrity investors. But UBS analyst Andrew Mok said in a note to clients Monday that

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Ending the COVID-19 emergency sparks questions about health insurance

Depending on how a few things on the horizon play out, the relationships between physicians, other health care professionals, and the insurance industry could become a bit more strained in 2023. Michael Giusti, MBAinsuranceQuotes.com Factors ranging from the end of the COVID-19 emergency, to the repercussions of the ongoing medical labor shortages, and the possible

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Why Millions Could Lose Their Medicaid Coverage In The Coming Months

This article is part of HuffPost’s biweekly politics newsletter. Click here to subscribe. Today’s newsletter is about the possibility that millions of Americans could soon lose their health insurance, thanks to a pair of ongoing political developments — one you’ve probably heard about, and one you might not have. The first development has been in

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