Solo health insurance (WSJ)

The plight of individuals who seek health insurance on their own is discussed in 3 articles in the Wall Street Journal of May 31, 2005: how a software consultant with health problems finally finds insurance in his state's high-risk pool, in the context of the politics of health insurance (p. A1); a brief article about medical conditions as obstacles to coverage (p. A9); and insurers targeting uninsured niches: young adults; part-timers, temporary workers and early retirees; and the middle class (p. B1). (WSJ is available in the Library)


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