Wed, Oct 19 | Millions at risk of losing health insurance if U.S. ends Covid public health emergency in January
When the public health emergency does end, HHS estimates up to 15 million people will be disenrolled from Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 19 | Amazon debuts home insurance store in the UK in latest move into finance
Amazon is launching an online home insurance comparison service in the U.K., called Amazon Insurance Store, the service shows shoppers quotes for policies from third-party insurance providers including Ageas and Co-op. (continue reading)
Thurs, Oct 20 | Requiring Citizens’ Policyholders to Also Buy Flood Insurance Could Address Problems
Less than 20% of Floridians in vulnerable areas carry flood insurance. Uninsured flood losses from Hurricane Ian are projected to be as high as $16 billion. It’s not just coastal areas that are vulnerable to hurricanes and flooding. (continue reading)
Thurs, Oct 20 | Hurricane Ian to increase home insurance rates for every Floridian
No matter if your area was impacted by Hurricane Ian, every Floridian should expect to pay way more for home insurance in 2023. (continue reading)
Fri Oct 21 | Florida Governor Plans to Call Second Special Session to Tackle Insurance Crisis
Florida’s besieged property insurance industry is hoping the second time will be the charm, after Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that he is working with lawmakers to schedule another special session to help stabilize the market. (continue reading)
Supply Chain News
Thurs, Oct 20 | The Creativity Supply Chain is tech’s next huge opportunity
Climate & Environment News
Tues, Oct 20 | Can floating turbines harvest the world's wind?
Thurs, Oct 20 | Climate change has become a health issue
Fri, Oct 21 | Climate Questions: How does carbon dioxide trap heat?