The new insurance frontier
The Wall Street Journal (subscription required), January 10, 2008
Given the trajectory of healthcare costs and the growing number of uninsured people, it's no surprise that healthcare reform is a top agenda item in the 2008 elections. The real surprise is that some of the nation's largest insurers are starting to recognize that selling insurance in a subsidized market might be a good business to be in.
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