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    Reported by Politico 19 hours ago.

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    Americans kept up their health insurance last year despite President Trump's all-out push to dismantle the Obama-era coverage expansion. That's the counterintuitive conclusion from a major government survey released Tuesday.

    After nearly a full year of Trump’s presidency, the uninsured rate was... Reported by L.A. Times 18 hours ago.

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    Medicare, launched in 1966, was a landmark advancement in health care for the United States. The staff at Susan Polk Insurance, Inc., providing insurance plans for Medicare in San Luis Obispo, would like the public to know more about the history of Medicare.

    SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (PRWEB) May 23, 2018

    Medicare then and now

    A little known fact today is that “Medicare” was originally the “Dependents’ Medical Care Act,” that was passed in 1956 to provide medical care for families of military personnel. Four years later, in 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower held the first White House Conference on Aging during which a health care program for social security beneficiaries was proposed. Congress enacted Medicare and Medicaid in July 1965 under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act. President Lyndon Johnson signed the bill into law on July 30, 1965. The bill provided health insurance to people age 65 and older regardless of income or medical history.

    The first two people to become Medicare recipients were former President Truman and his wife, former First Lady Bess Truman. President Truman paid $3 per month for their Medicare coverage, which was deducted from his monthly social security payments.

    The Medicare program is operated and monitored by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a branch of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). CMS also monitors Medicaid programs that are offered by each state.  

    In 1966, Medicare ended the racial segregation in thousands of waiting rooms, hospitals, and physician practices by making payments to health care providers conditional on desegregating services and facilities.

    History is important

    History is important because it is helpful to know how things came to be and the influence something from the past has today. With at least 55,000 people receiving Medicare in San Luis Obispo County and another 67,000 in Santa Barbara County, The Polk Insurance Agency would like to share the origins and benefits of Medicare not only with the Central Coast communities, but elsewhere.

    Learning more about Medicare. Its origins and how the program has improved health care for so many American’s brings the significance of this program to an entire new generation who, in turn, will benefit from Medicare in the future.

    Who pays for Medicare?

    Medicare is funded from two trust funds held by the United States Department of Treasury:

    The Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund that pays for Medicare Part A benefits and Medicare program administration, including fighting fraud and abuse.

    The Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) Trust Fund that pays for Part B and Part D benefits and Medicare program administration, including fighting fraud and abuse.

    The HI Trust Fund is funded by payroll taxes shared by employees and employers, taxes on self-employed people, income taxes on social security benefits, Part A premiums from people who are not eligible for free Part A and interest earned on the trust fund investments.

    Medicare Part B and Part D premiums along with funds authorized by Congress and other sources such as interest earned on the trust fund investments fund the SMI Trust Fund.

    Beginning in 1966, workers paid 0.35 percent of their earnings into the Medicare system. The Medicare tax hit 1-percent in 1973 and the current 1.45-percent went into effect in 1986. Employers pay a matching percentage.

    Beginning in 2013 workers earning more than $200,000 ($250,000 for couples) paid an additional 0.9-percent. Self-employed workers pay 2.9-percent of earned income into the trust fund.

    As a point of interest, in 2014 just the Part A contribution of local workers and employers to Medicare from San Luis Obispo County was more than $7 million.

    What Medicare has meant to Americans

    Before Medicare older adults often paid over three times as much for health insurance as younger people. Approximately 60-percent of people over 65 had health insurance, but the rest could not afford it. Today, many are eligible for dual coverage by both Medicare and Medicaid.

    By July 1966 more than 19 million people were enrolled in Medicare, or roughly 8-percent of the United States population for that year. Today, Medicare serves approximately 56 million people, or 17-percent of the population.

    Congress expanded eligibility to younger people with permanent disabilities, for people with end-stage renal disease and in 2001 to cover younger people with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Over the years, Medicare has included benefits for speech, physical and chiropractic therapies.

    In the 1980s the options of payments to health maintenance organizations (HMO) was added. The HMO option was formalized in as Part C under the Balanced Budget Act 1997. Medicare Part D was passed and signed by President George W. Bush in 2003.

    With Medicare Part C recipients began choosing coverage from private plans. The Susan Polk Insurance Agency specializes in serving Medicare-eligible people by helping them navigate the private plan system and offering plans to provide them with the best possible access to health care.

    Susan Polk Insurance Agency, Inc.

    1443 Marsh St.

    San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

    (805) 544-6454

    Press release is by San Luis Obispo SEO company Access Publishing, 806 9th Street, #2D, Paso Robles, CA 93446, (805) 226-9890. Reported by PRWeb 4 hours ago.

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    Covered California, the state's health insurance exchange, will exclude hospitals from insurance networks if they don't reduce their numbers of C-sections, back scans and opioid prescriptions. Reported by NPR 2 hours ago.

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    Chief Information Officers from healthcare organizations look to the cloud, but with wary eyes around security and compliance.

    SEATTLE and MADISON, Wis. (PRWEB) May 23, 2018

    Datica™ today released its 2018 CIO Cloud Perspective Survey titled “Healthcare Cloud Take-off: Waiting for the Fog to Clear.” The survey report has uncovered why chief information officers mark cloud migration as a pressing priority but also includes new details on why shifts to the cloud are happening slowly. From the survey, 17.7 percent of the respondents say they work with healthcare organizations that have more than 50 percent of the existing software infrastructure remotely hosted or in the cloud. Nearly 15 percent of those who took the survey say 25-50 percent of their infrastructure is cloud-based.

    Healthcare systems that have taken an on-ramp to the cloud are still in the minority, but the respondents of this survey who have made the cloud shift a reality are learning what works and what doesn’t. In 2015, and prior to cloud hosting becoming a mainstream topic in the medical industry, a paper from the Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research concluded that hospitals of all sizes would use cloud-based Healthcare Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Platforms to deliver healthcare information services with low cost, high clinical value, and high usability. Now, three years later, roughly 20 percent of hospitals have adopted those cloud-based infrastructures.

    Compliance, security, and privacy key to cloud adoption

    Another finding: Compliance, security, and privacy are the three primary concerns for those hospital CIOs who have considered implementing digital health technology from outside vendors. The survey questions drilled down deeper to uncover the following:· More than half of the respondents have concerns (52.57%)
    · Slightly less than half say they are comfortable assessing compliance of vendors (44%)
    · A mere 3.43 percent stated no concern for cloud-hosted applications because they weren’t allowed

    “These survey findings mirror what we’ve been hearing in high-level conversations at Datica,” said Travis Good, MD, CEO and Chief Privacy Officer for the company. “Although cloud hosting for healthcare has become mainstream, the understanding of and confidence in the cloud to meet the exacting standards of the highly regulated industry is still a major concern for healthcare systems.”

    Even though new tools and changes in the regulatory environment have made cloud a safe option for storing sensitive information, including Protected Health Information (PHI), the survey shows the majority of survey respondents do not have a strategy for moving their data centers to the cloud. Although nearly 60 percent of those who took the survey place cloud hosting in their organizations’ Top 10 priorities, only about 30 percent have a strategy in place.

    Download the Datica 2018 Hospital CIO Survey Report here.

    About Datica’s Hospital CIO Survey
    Conducted around the 2018 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference in Las Vegas, and with the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) CIO members, the research sought to provide an in-depth look at the current state of the cloud from the seat of the chief information officer of leading hospital organizations. An executive of Datica outlined the survey in person at the CHIME CIO forum at HIMSS18. Using an online survey, CIO leaders from 175 leading healthcare organizations participated in this research and final results were tabulated in April. Datica segmented survey responses and provided analysis to reveal five key findings for the report.

    About Datica
    The Datica Platform is designed for those who store, manage and share protected health information (PHI) in the cloud; it manages all ongoing compliance and security burdens found within the exacting standards of HIPAA, HITRUST, GDPR, and GxP. Customers can license and deploy cloud-native applications on their own cloud account, or tap Datica’s cloud account for compliance, security and electronic health record integration expertise when launching and managing applications. Customers of the Kubernetes-enabled Datica Platform include mid-to-late stage startups to Fortune 100 companies across the healthcare spectrum: solution providers, hospital organizations, pharmaceutical giants and nationwide health insurance payers. For more information, go to Reported by PRWeb 1 hour ago.

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    PARIS (Reuters) - Uber plans to offer all its European drivers an upgraded version of the health insurance it already provides in France in a Reported by CapitalBay 19 hours ago.

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    Uber will pay for limited health insurance and parental benefits for all of its regular drivers and couriers in Europe in a bid to ease tensions with workers who have been clamoring for greater employment benefits. Reported by Wall Street Journal 22 hours ago.

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    Uber will pay for limited health insurance and parental benefits for all of its regular drivers and couriers in Europe in a bid to ease tensions with workers who have been clamoring for greater employment benefits. Reported by Wall Street Journal 21 hours ago.

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    Mick Mulvaney, the director of the Office of Management and Budget, on Tuesday defended cuts to the Children’s Health Insurance Plan, saying that complaints from Democrats are examples of "hypocrisy in its purest form." Reported by Newsmax 19 hours ago.

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    California, Illinois and other states have begun pushing back against efforts by the Trump administration to expand the availability of junk health insurance plans, which would undermine the Affordable Care Act’s consumer protections and marketplace stability.

    In Sacramento, the California state... Reported by L.A. Times 16 hours ago.

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    Lawley, the largest insurance agency in Western New York, is expanding the scope of its employee benefits division by hiring three consultants who specialize in senior health insurance. Reported by bizjournals 15 hours ago.

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    DGAP-News: DIC Asset AG / Key word(s): Real Estate

    24.05.2018 / 08:30
    The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

    Press Release

    *DIC Asset AG acquires office building in Leverkusen for c. EUR 51 million *

    *- Commercial Portfolio grows by c. EUR 51 million*

    *- New scheme, occupancy rate 100 %, WALT 16.76 years*

    *- Gross lettable area around 13,300 sqm, 301 parking spots *Frankfurt am Main, 24 May 2018. DIC Asset AG, one of Germany's leading listed property companies, just acquired an office property in Leverkusen-Mitte that is fully occupied on a long-term lease for the price of c. EUR 51 million, the property being earmarked for the company's Commercial Portfolio. The office building, which was completed in early 2018, covers a gross lettable area of around 13,300 square metres and includes 301 parking spots. The building's anchor tenant, the pronova BKK, one of Germany's largest health insurance companies, moved into the building shortly after its completion, pooling c. 640 employees from Cologne, Leverkusen and Remscheid in this new location. The weighted average lease term (WALT) is 16.76 years. The property was sold by the project developer Landmarken AG, with whom the cooperation in the negotiations was very confidently and constructive.

    "Leverkusen is a city with economic potential, and therefore goes very well with the strategic alignment of our Commercial Portfolio. The objective we are pursuing with the acquisition of the property is to supplement the portfolio with optimal yield opportunities and to boost its growth. It is here that we benefit from our sound regional market access. The next acquisitions are already in the pipeline," said Sonja Wärntges, CEO of DIC Asset AG.

    The acquisition in Leverkusen was facilitated by BNP Paribas Real Estate.For more details on DIC Asset AG, go to the internet at


    Nina Wittkopf
    Head of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications
    Phone +49 69 9454858-1462
    Mobile +49 151 2990-5223



    *About DIC Asset AG:*
    DIC Asset AG is one of Germany's leading listed property companies, and specialises in commercial real estate with around 20 years of experience on the German real estate market, the company maintains a regional footprint on all major German markets through six branch offices, and has around 180 assets with a combined market value of c. EUR 4.8 billion under management. DIC uses a hybrid business model to manage its business divisions Commercial Portfolio, Funds and Other Investments. Taking an active asset management approach, DIC employs its proprietary, integrated real estate management platform to raise capital appreciation potential in its business divisions and to boost its revenues.

    In its Commercial Portfolio division (EUR 1.6 billion in assets under management), DIC acts as proprietor and property asset holder, and thus generates revenues both from the management of the assets and through the value optimisation of its own real estate portfolio. The Funds division (EUR 1.6 billion in assets under management) generates its revenues by acting as issuer and manager of special real estate funds for institutional investors. Gathered in the business unit Other Investments (EUR 1.6 billion in assets under management) are joint venture investments, equity investments in property developments, strategic financial investments, and the management of properties in which the company holds no equity stakes. DIC Asset AG has been included in the SDAX(R) segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange since June 2006. The Company's shares are also included in the EPRA index, which tracks the performance of the most important European real estate companies.

    24.05.2018 Dissemination of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.
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    Language: English
    Company: DIC Asset AG
    Neue Mainzer Straße 20 * MainTor
    60311 Frankfurt am Main
    Phone: +49 69 9454858-1462
    Fax: +49 69 9454858-9399
    ISIN: DE000A1X3XX4, DE000A1TNJ22, DE000A12T648
    WKN: A1X3XX, A1TNJ2, A12T64
    Indices: S-DAX
    Listed: Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard); Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange; Luxemburg
    End of News DGAP News Service Reported by EQS Group 5 hours ago.

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    Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone in a state of the county message Thursday night called employee health insurance costs Suffolk's "biggest financial issue," saying the price tag has climbed by $64 million -- 16 percent -- in the past two years. Reported by Newsday 11 hours ago.

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    NEW YORK, May 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The healthcare cognitive computing market size is projected to cross $13.3 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 34.0% during 2017-2023. The growth in the healthcare cognitive computing industry size will be led by increasing burden of chronic diseases, technological advancements in the healthcare industry encouraging the use of cognitive computing in healthcare, and rising adoption of third computing platforms.*Request to get the sample pages: ***

    Increasing burden of chronic diseases is driving the healthcare cognitive computing market, with the rising need to manage complex and large volume of data. Complex diagnosis and treatment options of these diseases have enabled the market players to develop various cognitive computing solutions to enable faster and effective decisions by healthcare providers. Companies such as IBM Corporation are increasingly collaborating with public organizations to address the concern of chronic diseases such as diabetes and cancer, since these diseases have witnessed a significant increase, over a period.

    The healthcare market is characterized by increasing adoption of cognitive computing technology for research related to various chronic diseases. This increasing adoption has allowed the healthcare cognitive computing market players to enter into partnership with several research institutes for the testing and implementation of cognitive computing solutions offered by them. For instance, in November 2017, Royal Philips, a global provider of healthcare technology, and Nuance Communications Inc., an intelligent voice and language solutions company that provides 70% of radiology reports in the U.S., announced that the companies would together bring AI-based image interpretation and reporting capabilities to radiologists. They announced that their initiative would leverage assets from Philips Illumeo with adaptive intelligence and Nuance PowerScribe 360 to help reduce discrepancies and improve radiology reporting, accuracy and standardization.

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    The healthcare cognitive computing market in LATAM is growing at a fast pace because of the growing aging population and rising healthcare expenditure in the region. Brazil spends a major portion of its GDP on the development of the healthcare and health insurance system. The healthcare infrastructure in Mexico is also expected to grow at a considerable rate, due to the improving healthcare infrastructure. Thus, the growing healthcare industry in the emerging countries of LATAM is creating ample growth opportunities for the computing companies to invest in the healthcare cognitive computing market in the region.

    Some of the other key players operating in the healthcare cognitive computing market include Intel Corporation, Enterra Solutions, LLC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Alphabet Inc., CognitiveScale, Healthcare X.0 GmbH, Inc. and Nuance Communications, Inc.

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    North America led the global ambulatory EHR market in 2016, followed by the Europe. The leading position of the North American ambulatory EHR market is primarily attributable to the increasing adoption of EHR system, rising government initiatives, and growing aging population.


    *Population Health Management Market*

    The European population health management market is growing, mainly due to growing geriatric population, increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, and increasing healthcare cost. However, the Asian market of population health management is also witnessing the significant growth globally, during the forecast period.


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    P&S Market Research is a market research company, which offers market research and consulting services for various geographies around the globe. We provide market research reports, industry forecasting reports, business intelligence, and research-based consulting services across different industry/business verticals.

    As one of the top growing market research agency, we’re keen upon providing market landscape and accurate forecasting. Our analysts and consultants are proficient with business intelligence and market analysis, through their interaction with leading companies of the concerned domain. We help our clients with B2B market research and assist them in identifying various windows of opportunity, and framing informed and customized business expansion strategies in different regions.

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    *Connect with us: *LinkedIn* | *Twitter* | *Google +* | *Facebook  Reported by GlobeNewswire 2 hours ago.

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    This one should be a no-brainer: California lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban so-called junk health insurance policies — short-term plans that do not comply with the consumer protections set out in Obamacare. These cheap plans typically offer no protection against the risk of bankrupting... Reported by L.A. Times 45 minutes ago.

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    “It’s been a long-held and firm belief of mine that a good company cannot become a great one if it doesn’t put their people first and foremost,” states AP CEO Lon T. Dolber. “At American Portfolios, we strive to make sure our employees are happy, knowing that they will deliver optimal customer service when their needs are met.”

    HOLBROOK, N.Y. (PRWEB) May 25, 2018

    For the third consecutive year, American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (AP), a privately-held, independent broker/dealer that services financial advisors across the country, has ranked within the Top 10 Small Best Companies to Work for in New York State for 2018 by the New York State Society for Human Resources Management (NYS-SHRM) and the Best Companies Group (BCG). AP was ranked among 28 small-sized New York businesses in the category of employers with 15-99 United States employees. Among a select group of New York-based companies across varying industries, AP was honored at the program’s 11th annual awards ceremony.

    “It’s been a long-held and firm belief of mine that a good company cannot become a great one if it doesn’t put their people first and foremost,” states AP CEO Lon T. Dolber. “At American Portfolios, we strive to make sure our employees are happy, knowing that they will deliver optimal customer service when their needs are met.”

    Vice President of Human Resources Lisa DiBella shares this sentiment. “We have always been dedicated to creating a positive and supportive work environment, realizing that when you treat the people who work for you well, they are not only better equipped to do their jobs, but they are more motivated to go the extra distance for the company and its customers. We’re so pleased that the NYS-SHRM and BCG have recognized our efforts by bestowing this wonderful honor upon us for a third year in a row.”

    The annual awards are part of a program that identifies, recognizes and honors the best places of employment in New York, whose practices benefit the state’s businesses, economy and workforce. AP has been formally recognized by the NYS-SHRM and the BCG in the category of small/medium-sized employers since 2016. These accomplishments directly correlate to the firm’s noteworthy achievement of having been named Broker/Dealer of the Year three times in a row (2015, 2016 and 2017) by Investment Advisor magazine.

    AP’s current count of 100-plus employees work collaboratively to service the business needs of 815 independent investment professionals, as well as their affiliated assistants and support staff, located in 372 branch offices throughout the United States. Employees are part of a corporate culture that embraces the tenets of the company’s strategic roadmap for sustainable growth, which is built on six equally important, interconnected strategic company perspectives—People, Innovation, Process, Customer, Financial and Community—and the foundation from which all planning and executions are derived.

    AP continually strives to ensure that its employees are afforded a positive and supportive work environment. Employees receive a robust benefits package, inclusive of health insurance, free life insurance, unprecedented 401(k) matching, stock options, bonus incentives, and performance and service awards. The firm is highly invested in the educational betterment of its employees, offering tuition reimbursement, free license testing, and unlimited training seminars and courses. The company also provides Six Sigma training, which helps staff members to firmly establish the “Voice of the Customer,” resulting in the ability to exceed client needs and expectations. The company also recognizes the importance of work-life balance by offering employees a flexible work schedule, health and wellness lunch and learns, appreciation events, massage sessions and private coaching sessions with a registered dietician. In 2017, the firm implemented several new initiatives, including an employee mentorship program designed to nurture AP’s emerging business leaders, shortened working hours on Fridays throughout the year and a casual dress code. At the start of 2018, AP employees began receiving full pay for up to a maximum of 12 weeks of leave while out on FMLA in order to maintain financial stability and began formal training in the AP W.E.L.C.O.M.E. Treatment, a five-module program that instills the firm’s core customer service principles.

    As an integral part of its strategic focus, ingrained in its corporate culture is a keen awareness to the community by taking part in socially responsible programs, such as its ongoing association with non-profit organizations like World T.E.A.M. Sports (WTS), which organizes athletic events for disabled and able-bodied citizens to achieve a common goal. Employees actively volunteer, coach and compete in WTS events, such as the annual Face of America Bike Ride, Coastal Team Challenge and Adventure Team Challenge, which is conducted through the firm’s long-standing support of The Center for Discovery, a non-profit research and innovation center that provides high-quality programs and unique opportunities for children and adults who have complex disabilities, medical frailties and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The firm also has an enduring relationship with Virtual Enterprises International, Inc. (VEI), an experiential learning program that fosters the nation’s future business leaders, through the hosting and judging of business plan competitions, and facilitating summer interns at the corporate offices and practices of its investment professionals through its AP-VEI Fellows Internship Program.

    Click here to view a video testimonial created by AP’s in-house, media-production facility, Studio 454, which documents actual comments submitted by home office staff and affiliated investment professionals for surveys conducted in conjunction with NYS-SHRM Best Companies and Investment Advisor Magazine’s Broker-Dealer of the Year.

    About American Portfolios

    Headquartered in Holbrook, N.Y., American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (APFS) is a full-service, independent broker/dealer and member firm of FINRA and SIPC, offering a complete range of financial services, including personal financial and retirement planning, securities trading, mutual funds, access to investment research, long-term care planning, insurance products and tax-free investing. Fee-based asset management is offered through its sister subsidiary, American Portfolios Advisors, Inc., (APA), an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. Both entities, along with technology entity American Portfolios Advisory Solutions, LLC, collectively reside under the legal entity American Portfolios Holdings, Inc. (APH). Full-service securities brokerage is available through a clearing firm relationship with Pershing, LLC, a BNY Mellon firm, the securities of which are held on a fully disclosed basis. The company currently serves 815 independent investment professionals located in 372 branch locations throughout the nation. It was named Broker-Dealer of the Year* (Division III) by Investment Advisor magazine in 2015, 2016 and 2017, as well as one of the top 10 Best Companies to Work for in the state of New York for 2016, 2017 and 2018 by the New York State Society for Human Resources Management (NYS-SHRM) and the Best Companies Group (BCG).

    *Based on a poll of registered representatives conducted by Investment Advisor magazine. Broker/dealers rated highest by their representatives are awarded “Broker/Dealer (B/D) of the Year.”

    About NYS-SHRM and the BCG

    The NYS-SHRM operates as an affiliate of the nation’s SHRM, which is the world’s largest association devoted to serving the needs of and advancing the interests of the human resources profession. The BCG is an independent firm that manages the Best Places to Work programs on state, regional and national levels worldwide. The process of selection consisted of two parts: a questionnaire completed by the employer, which detailed company policies, practices, benefits and demographics; and an employee engagement and satisfaction survey, which allowed employees to rate their employer on a variety of practices, culture and overall fulfillment. The BCG conducted, analyzed and evaluated the surveys to reveal the 70 best companies to work for in the state of New York for the following year. Reported by PRWeb 21 hours ago.

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    Is an Obamacare death spiral imminent? Reported by Motley Fool 21 hours ago.

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    Congressional Republicans appear poised to take another shot at repealing and replacing ObamaCare -- in an critical, election year in which Democrats are blaming the GOP for escalating health insurance costs. Reported by 16 hours ago.

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  • 05/27/18--07:32: Small group health insurance
  • MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The number of people covered by small group health insurance in Minnesota grew by 15 percent last year, ending a string of annual enrollment declines stretching back to 2004. The Star Tribune reports that price hikes and tight limits last year on doctor and hospital choices in the individual market prompted consumers […] Reported by Seattle Times 23 hours ago.

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    The Health Services Provider Manager of Apex Health Insurance has disclosed that the company will be rolling out products to cater for the health insurance needs of the informal sector. Reported by Myjoyonline 2 hours ago.

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