2007 Alaska Forecast: HEALTH CARE (INSURANCE)

Phillippay, Ty.
January 2007
Alaska Business Monthly;2007 Power List, Vol. 5, p105
The article focuses on the health care insurance system in Alaska. It has been noted that the three elements that composes the primary health insurance are its accessibility, quality and cost. Alaska, has developed this three factors to develop a quality health care system to their country. One factor that proves it, is the entry of a new local health insurance carrier which offers broad access to providers through top quality benefit plans.


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