Welcome to Passion for Subro & Self Funding!

The purpose of this site is to share my passion for subrogation and the self insurance industry with all of you.  My goal is that this site will become your number one destination for health insurance information.
Whether you are looking for the latest on health care reform, the most recent subrogation and reimbursement case, or want to be a self funding guru this is the place for you.  While I hope that this site serves as a great educational resource for all of you, I also hope to keep you entertained with the funny, confusing and just plain weird world of subrogation and self funding.
I would love your feedback and any newsworthy items you may have to make this site even better.


Recent Posts

Why Trump’s Obamacare Promise Will Be So Hard to Keep

By Margot Sanger-Katz As a candidate back in July 2015, Donald J. Trump promised that he would repeal Obamacare and replace it with “something terrific.” The Senate voted
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We Asked People What They Know About Obamacare. See If You Know The Answers

By Alison Kodjak The Affordable Care Act brought the rate of uninsured Americans to a record low 9 percent in 2015. It’s the major achievement of the controversial
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Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Health Care Priorities for 2017

By Ashley Kirzinger, Bryan Wu, and Mollyann Brodie KEY FINDINGS: The latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that health care is among the top issues, with the economy a
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US Sen. Rand Paul casts protest vote as Senate takes first step toward ACA repeal

By Kelly Gooch Republican Sen. Rand Paul, MD, of Kentucky, on Wednesday voted against legislation designed to aid in the repeal of the ACA, reports USA Today. The senator
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AMA to Congress: Lay out ACA replacement before repeal

By Emily Rappleye The American Medical Association called on Congressional leaders to outline an ACA replacement plan before repealing the healthcare reform law. In a let
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FACT CHECK: Once Again, Lawmakers Are Stretching The Facts On Obamacare

By Scott Horsley President Obama and Vice President-elect Mike Pence were both on Capitol Hill Wednesday, making competing cases for and against Obama’s signature h
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100-year-old doctor still working at Mass General Hospital

By Emily Riemer After decades of work at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. Walter Guralnick cut back. He’s now in the office just three days a week. It&
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Opinion: I’m a former health insurance CEO and this is what Obamacare repeal will do

By J.B. Silvers There’s a joke among insurers that there are two things that health insurance companies hate to do — take risks and pay claims. But, of course, these are
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Americans Support Just 3 Health Insurance Benefit Mandates, New Survey Shows

By Sean Williams In less than a month, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, and the clock will begin ticking on the Affordable Care A
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12 healthcare ransomware attacks of 2016

By Erin Dietsche Ransomware isn’t a new phenomenon, but its growth throughout 2016 has made its prevalence known throughout the healthcare industry. In fact, a July
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Trump meets with leaders of Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Partners and Cleveland Clinic

By Ayla Ellison President-elect Donald Trump met with a group of health system CEOs Wednesday at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla. Those who met with Mr. Trump in
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The U.S. spends more on health care than any other country. Here’s what we’re buying.

By Carolyn Y. Johnson American health-care spending, measured in trillions of dollars, boggles the mind. Last year, we spent $3.2 trillion on health care — a number
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Changes to The Phia Group’s Reporting Portal

Changes to The Phia Group’s Reporting Portal Wednesday, January 4, 2016 1:00 PM (EST) to 2:00 PM Join Us – Register Now! Staying true to its mission of reduci
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Maine tried allowing the sale of health insurance from other states. It didn’t work.

By Jackie Farwell As part of his plan to reform American health care, President-elect Donald Trump has proposed what sounds like a simple enough idea: Allow health insura
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20 health conditions people spent most on in 2013 — and what the bulk of their money went toward

By Molly Gamble Of 155 medical conditions, people personally spent $1.2 trillion on the top 20 alone in 2013, according to a new analysis published in JAMA. In their inve
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