Definition of "health insurance" [health insurance]
Insurance against expenses incurred through illness of the insured.(noun)
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Use "health insurance" in a sentence
"When your company offers you a health insurance policy as a company benefit, a nonoptional life insurance policy is normally included in the package, Including life insurance is one way an insurance company can add almost guaranteed profits since the mortality rate, or number of insured that will die each year in any large group of people covered by life insurance, is fairly predictable."
"See also specific film finances/money attitudes about and coaches crisis concerning as drug and execution of plans and financial goals and HADs and health insurance interrelationship of health, relationships and and leadership as leading cause of stress and learning as lifelong issue and motivation for financial fitness plan for and quick-fixes and re-evaluation and relationships as source of conflict"
"Some only see their health care provider when they're sick, and those with poor or no health insurance do not go at all, said Roshan Bastani, professor of public health and associate director of cancer prevention and control research at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center."