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Health insurers mobilize for Sandy

Sandy closed some of the busiest bridges, tunnels and transit systems in the world. (LHP Photo/Allison Bell)
Sandy closed some of the busiest bridges, tunnels and transit systems in the world. (LHP Photo/Allison Bell)

Hurricane Sandy has created a strange, creepy new universe for consumers, employers, producers and health insurance company staffers in the Northeast.

The self-proclaimed center of the media universe is now going through what communities in states like Florida and Texas have gone through regularly for years, without having as much experience with disaster preparedness.

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