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How to use insurer in a sentence
Fewer injuries would mean less need for medical care, which would lead to money saved for hospitals and health insurers alike.Health tech startup Bold raises $7 million in seed funding for senior-focused fitness programs | Sophie Burkholder | February 4, 2021 | TechCrunch
The report found that those hospitals with a larger share of revenue coming from private insurers received about $44,000 per bed, while poor, rural hospitals got about half that amount.How the CARES Act Forgot America’s Most Vulnerable Hospitals | by Brianna Bailey, The Frontier | January 26, 2021 | ProPublica
This kind of Anglo-Saxon production is so strict that insurers refuse to let him do anything.Rémy Julienne, stunt driver behind ‘Italian Job’ car chase, dies at 90 | Phil Davison | January 26, 2021 | Washington Post
The stronger the evidence base for effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, the more likely healthcare providers and insurers will be to distribute the solutions.Prioritizing tech in 2021 will be the path to pandemic recovery for mental health | Walter Thompson | January 7, 2021 | TechCrunch
Bonuses may be based on the size of employers with a carrier or on keeping employers with an insurer when it comes time to renew.Lavish Bonus? Luxury Trip? Health Benefits Brokers Will Have to Disclose What They Receive From the Insurance Industry | by Marshall Allen | January 6, 2021 | ProPublica
It then helped design and implement the bailout of insurer AIG, which, like Bear Stearns, was not regulated by the Fed.The Incredible 'Wussiness' Of The Fed Vs Goldman Sachs—Caught On Tape | Daniel Gross | September 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Therefore, in many cases the insurer pays the physician nothing out of your insurance premium.
Therefore, the insurer is paying your primary care doctor $72 a year per patient—out of the $7,200 a year paid to the insurer.
When she called, the insurer tried to steer her to a plan that cost around $500 a month more.
For it was then I learned that our old insurer was not one of those now available.
Indeed, any fraud of the insured in procuring the policy has the effect of voiding it if the insurer chooses to do so.
His conduct in concealing facts that ought to have been made known to the insurer may have that effect.
For a total loss the insurer is liable for the entire value of the property to the limit covered by the insurance.
When the loss is partial the insurer is liable only for the amount of the loss, not exceeding the insurance.
But he is not an insurer of the property; and therefore is not liable for loss by fire unless he has been negligent.
British Dictionary definitions for insurer
a person or company offering insurance policies in return for premiums
a person or thing that insures
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