With simply one day to stay in open enrollment, companies turn to Stride Health for help

The compressed timelines of this year’s open enrollment period for government-mandated healthcare have left some companies in the lurch, and as the final hours to enroll tick by, they’ve turned to the startup company Stride Health for help. Stride manages a number of different tax and healthcare-related information for customers, including Uber, Etsy, Postmates, TaskRabbit,…

Generation Z Will Out-Earn and Outwork the Rest of Us

Move over millennials, there’s a new workaholic generation in town. Generation Z, currently in school and the early years of college, is more willing to work longer hours and weekends than their elders are, according to a recently released report by Monster Worldwide Inc ., the job-search firm. The data was gathered in January by…

Big Insurer Eyes Exit From Obamacare Exchanges

WASHINGTON — The nation’s largest health insurance company is scaling back on marketing its products on the Affordable Care Act’s health insurance exchanges and is considering pulling its offerings after the current sign-up period objectives, UnitedHealth Group announced Thursday. The company currently sells health plans in 24 states and encompasses more than half thousands and…

This Hi-Tech Suit Lets You Experience What It’s Like To Be 85

Judge urges new citizens to leave US if can’t accept Trump From a youthful vantage point, it may seem hard to understand just what your Nana, Noni, or Gramps is going through, but thanks to U.S.-based insurance company Gemworth, you can now stroll a mile( or a couple of steps ), in their shoes. In…

Umm DUH: CuffyMeh dismantles HuffPost writer’s tweet on health insurance and maternity care

Oh look, Amanda Terkel, senior political reporter with The Huffington Post , doesn’t understand how insurance is SUPPOSED to work. Plus she’s all about the FEELS since it’s Mother’s Day. GOP congressman says he shouldn’t have to pay for maternity care in health insurance bc he’s done having kids https :// t.co/ Z8fzETYA8X — Amanda…

How did Thumbtack win the on-demand services marketplace?

Earlier today, the services marketplace Thumbtack held a small seminar for 300 of its best gig economy workers at an event space in San Francisco. For the nearly ten-year-old company the event was designed to introduce some new features and a redesign of its brand that had softly launched earlier in the week. On hand,…

Could the hot takes on Otto Warmbier maybe get worse? Sample these supposes on US health care

It truly didn’t seem possible that the takes on Otto Warmbier, whose household announced his death Monday, could get any more cruel that those floated by outlets like Salon, The Huffington Post, and Comedy Central’s” The Nightly Show ,” all of which took” frat son” Warmbier to task for expecting his white privilege to allow…

Guess who Dem strategist blames for BlueCross’ exit from ACA marketplaces( go on, guess !)

@Zac_Petkanas This can’t be a serious tweet — Jaqen H’ghar (@ Africann_Psycho) May 24, 2017 @Zac_Petkanas Keep telling yourself that. Eventually you will believe it. — apar1 969 (@ apar1 969) May 24, 2017 Who could’ve foreseen something like this happening? Blue Cross Kansas City ceasing Obamacare affecting both Missouri and Kansas. https :// t.co/…

John Oliver detonation states that refused to expand Medicaid under Obamacare

With characteristic verse, John Oliver has seen a route to compare health insurance to a pair of gym shorts that aren’t quite big enough to cover your junk. He is, of course, referring to the “Medicaidgap.” Although the Affordable Care Act( aka “Obamacare“) expanded health-insurance coverage, it left some people in a difficult position: too…