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Insurance startup adds new members

By Kristen Consillio

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 17, 2014

~~<p>Hawaii's newest medical insurer is ramping up to gain more market share as the bulk of small businesses renew health plans in July.</p>
<p>Family Health Hawaii, which launched Oct. 1 as a nonprofit mutual benefit society, has roughly 4,000 employees so far on its rolls, or about half of its annual enrollment goal, said former state Insurance Commissioner J.P. Schmidt, who is heading the startup insurance firm.</p>
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Hawaii's newest medical insurer is ramping up to gain more market share as the bulk of small businesses renew health plans in July.

Family Health Hawaii, which launched Oct. 1 as a nonprofit mutual benefit society, has roughly 4,000 employees so far on its rolls, or about half of its annual enrollment goal, said former state Insurance Commissioner J.P. Schmidt, who is heading the startup insurance firm. Login for more...



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