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 Does the government regulate health insurance companies?

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Does the government regulate natural health care products?

According to the current FDA rules, the manufacturer does not have to prove that a "natural health care product" is either safe or effective before selling it to the consumer. There are "good man... Read More »
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Does the insurance commissioner regulate insurance companies?

State insurance commissioners do regulate insurance companies within their respective states, according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). The NAIC is an organization of... Read More »
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What are the laws that regulate government sponsored insurance plans?

Laws governing regulation of insurance are multiple,federal, state, and local. The precise compulation is unclear and the sole governing agency is even more ambigious.There's no better answer than ... Read More »
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In NY if you have health insurance and have colon cancer but want to switch insurance companies for better coverage does the other insurance company have to take you?

Answer I sure would check before I made the switch. You could be getting into that pesky, ''pre exsisting condition'' thing.......Ask the new carrier first before you switch, (I'd get it in writing... Read More »
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