Critical Illness Awareness Month takes over where Life Insurance Awareness left off

Campaign says 75% of adults over age 40 will be diagnosed with a critical illness in their lifetime.

Lemonade launches health insurance coverage… for pets

Finding the existing pet insurance options to be lacking, the startup homeowners and renters insurer built a product for cats and dogs from scratch.

Supplemental Health, DI and LTC Conference Goes Virtual

2020 event set for Aug. 5-6 in an exclusively virtual format due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

United Life enters Critical Illness market with exclusive plan through AACII

New product offered exclusively through the American Association for Critical Illness insurance will offer consumers affordable options for cancer-only or CI insurance coverage.

Reality Check: May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month

Consumers all too often need a reality check when it comes to protecting their family’s financial future, and DIAM can provide it.

Urban Institute: 25-43 million Americans could lose employer-based health coverage during pandemic

Between 25 and 43 million Americans could lose their employer-based health insurance if the unemployment rate hits 20% in the coming months, according to a new report from the Urban Institute.

Millennials poised to spur major growth in Critical Illness market?

Jesse Slome says Millennials ready to take the torch from Boomers, which could be a boon for CI at the expense of life insurance.

Group rails against financial risks of Short-Term Health Plans

New research from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society says the recently modified plans leave policyholders dangerously vulnerable to major out-of-pocket medical bills.

Comparison shopping can save Med Supp enrollees more than $1,000 per year

A new analysis of Plans F, G and N from eHealth shows that finding the lowest-price Medicare Supplement plan available can pay big dividends.

HealthSherpa enrolls over 1 million Americans during Open Enrollment Period

Company says its ACA health insurance enrollments more than doubled compared to 2019.