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Congress Gets Closer to National Flood Insurance Program Reform

Congress is edging nearer to successfully extending and reforming the National Flood Insurance Program, but neither chamber has adequately address the program's nearly $18 billion in debt.

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Many Changes Coming to Employer Benefit Plans

Is your employer raising the cost of your corporate health insurance? If so, you're not alone.

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HHS Secretary to Announce Long-Awaited Insurance Exchange Regs Today

States have until January 1, 2013 to give their yea or nay on forming insurance exchanges. While two have already opted out, most of the rest are waiting for an announcement of guidelines and timelines before making a final decision.

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Access Medical Brings Affordable Medical Care to Oklahoma

What if there was a medical clinic that was patient-centered, patient-funded, and not expensive. What if you could see a doctor for $50 or less. Access Medical turns "what if" into "why not?"

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HHS Announces Partnership for Patients

Still think health care reform won't help you? The new Partnership for Patients is meant to reduce hospital-acquired conditions by 40% by 2013, and could result 60,000 lives saved over the next three years.

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