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  1. The GM logo is seen at the General Motors plant in Sao Jose dos Campos

    GM reverses, will pay for striking union workers' health insurance; major issues remain

    General Motors Co on Thursday reversed its decision not to pay for the healthcare coverage of its striking United Auto Workers union workers, ...
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    Cancer patients use crowdfunding for medical bills, expenses

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    Sanders unveils 'Medicare For All' bill backed by 2020 rivals

  4. Lim Guan Eng interview Channel NewsAsia 2

    Malaysia announces free national health insurance for the low income

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    India to roll out state-funded healthcare scheme in September | Video

    India will roll out what is possibly the world's biggest state-funded universal healthcare scheme in September. Popularly known as 'ModiCare', ...
  6. Electronic patient chart at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Diego

    Commentary: The buffet metaphor for integrated shield plan riders only goes so far

    There are limits to the buffet syndrome metaphor when it comes to dealing with integrated shield plans with zero co-payment coverage, says one ...
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    Life Insurance Association Singapore welcomes new co-payment requirements

    The Life Insurance Association Singapore (LIA Singapore) on Wednesday (Mar 7) welcomed changes in co-payment requirements in new Integrated Shield ...
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    5% co-payment for new Integrated Shield Plan riders to help address over-consumption of medical services

    New riders will have a cap on the co-payment amount each year, with most insurers planning new riders with an annual cap of S$3,000.
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    Patients with new Integrated Shield plan riders will have to make co-payment

    This will encourage responsible behaviour by patients and healthcare providers, Health Minister Gan Kim Yong says.