Insurers are now offering free medical advice to consumers to help them manage their own health insurance risk.

Insurers are offering advice to help consumers manage their insurance risk, according to a survey by research firm Avalere Health.

The survey also found that insurers have been getting a lot of new customers who are new to the insurance industry and are looking for simple, cost-effective, and cost-free health insurance solutions to manage their health care risks.

The surveys findings are the latest in a wave of health insurance reform legislation that has been pushed by the Obama administration, which wants to make insurance more affordable for millions of people who are struggling to make ends meet in an uncertain world.

Insurance companies, however, have resisted changes to the law that would make it easier for consumers to keep coverage.

They say they want to maintain the level of coverage they offer now and make the marketplace more efficient.

They also say the law needs to address health insurance risks, such as the risk of being sick or injured in a car crash, that are difficult to assess and can cause significant financial loss.

The study found that more than half of Americans, 52%, reported having a negative health insurance policy, including only 30% who said they had coverage for a pre-existing condition.

The uninsured rate in the U.S. is higher than in other developed countries.

About 10 million Americans have no health insurance, according the Kaiser Family Foundation, and a large majority have an employer-sponsored plan.

The report found that, on average, Americans have a negative insurance policy for each month that they have no insurance, with the negative rate more than double the national average of 6.3%.

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They pay higher premiums and higher deductibles.

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The Kaiser Family Foundations survey found that many people had health insurance and would like to keep it.

They also reported that many had a preexisting condition, and that many were worried about losing coverage if they needed care.

Insurer participation was up for a second straight month.

The survey found about two-thirds of insurance plans offered to customers said they would accept new enrollees, up from 63% in March.

The Kaiser Family found that some insurers were encouraging consumers to enroll.