It's not worth denying care to people based on health habits—even if you could prove those habits caused disease. The post Denying Health Care to Diabetics Makes Just About Zero Sense appeared first on WIRED.
Oscar works with the same sloppy, unstandardized data every other insurance company has. It's what they did with it that was totally different. The post How One Startup Built Better Health Insurance With the Magic of Data appeared first on WIRED.
When does "preexisting" turn to "existing?" More sophisticated and readily available genetic tests make that area greyer and greyer. The post The House Health Plan Makes Your Genes a Preexisting Condition appeared first on WIRED.
A launch cataclysm could end up costing the federal rocket insurance program way more than it currently estimates. The post Yup, Rockets Need Insurance, Too. But Way More Than the Feds Think appeared first on WIRED.
Rebuilding after events like Louisiana's floods will take insurance that actually reflects the increasing risks of climate change. The post How Climate Change Will Redraw Louisiana's Flood Maps appeared first on WIRED.