Health Insurance Association of America


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Health Insurance Association of America

Also called the HIAA. An organization for insurance companies that deal in health insurance. The plans offered by members of the HIAA provide coverage for about two-thirds of the American population. The HIAA hosts conferences, provides education and lobbies for favorable legislation. It is based in Washington, D.C.
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Without question Americans care about helping the millions of individuals and families who lack health insurance," says Chip Kahn, president of the Health Insurance Association of America.
The Health Insurance Association of America called the IOM's design complicated.
Studies performed by the Health Insurance Association of America have shown that for every one percent increase in premiums, the number of the uninsured increases by 300,000 people.
That's the forecast of a new report from the Health Insurance Association of America.
gov) offers the booklet Medicare and You; and the Health Insurance Association of America (www.
The Health Insurance Association of America, a trade association of insurers and managed care companies, offers consumer information and news.
The New York Times's Robert Pear, for example, would quote representatives of the Health Insurance Association of America as an authority on why premium controls wouldn't work--without explaining what the HIAA had at stake in the fight.
Bill Gradison, president of the Health Insurance Association of America, said: ``Viewed by itself, this is a very popular proposal.
Besides congressional opposition, the concept of regional alliances is also being fought by the Health Insurance Association of America.
Welborn received a Managed Healthcare Professional Insurance Education certificate from Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA) and is currently a member of the Dallas Health Underwriters Association.
But the Health Insurance Association of America and Families USA still have much work to do before they can present their plan to Congress.
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