A potential decline in physician office visits, record spending on health information technology, a total redesign of insurance markets, and the creation of accountable care organizations are among the health industry trends in store for 2011, according to a PriceWaterhouseCoopers report.
With all the publicity in the media you probably know what identity theft is. But we have provided information for those of you who are still wondering… What is Identity Theft?
Identity theft happens when another person assumes your identity by stealing and using your personal information, such as your Social Security number, bank or credit card account numbers or other information, with the purpose of stealing your money or committing other crimes.
Millions of Floridians now bet their homes on property insurers that teeter on the edge of financial failure, a Herald-Tribune investigation has found.
These companies look nothing like the Allstates and State Farms that insure the rest of America — legacy carriers that command bankrolls the size of small nations.
Instead, because State Farm and Allstate are fleeing Florida, a growing number of homeowners get their insurance from tiny, untested companies that have a few million dollars in the bank but insure billions worth of property they could never hope to rebuild on their own.