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Tag Archives: health
Some people spend years trying to put on muscle or get more toned, but just can’t seem to make it happen. Others see themselves in the mirror wearing a swimsuit, and realize that they want to get more toned or … Continue reading
How good your employer-sponsored health insurance is may depend on three main factors: geographic region, industry, and employer size. However, even though some cost trends haven’t changed much since the Affordable Care Act was put in place, 2016 brought major … Continue reading
Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart recently announced she has fined Companion Life Insurance Co. $487,000 for violations of Delaware’s insurance code, including misrepresenting its limited benefit and short term health insurance plans as compliant with the Affordable Care Act. The … Continue reading
Repeal? Replace? It’s anyone’s guess. The one thing we can be certain about following this election is more changes are coming to health care and, as usual, employers will need to adapt. But regardless of what happens in Congress, what … Continue reading
It may not be what you thought of as retirement, but some people are all at sea once they leave the workplace. In a good way, that is. A BBC report looked at some sprightly folks who are spending their … Continue reading
In recent years, experimentation with single-payer and universal health care systems has largely taken place in the nation’s governmental laboratories. Most of us call them states Some states — most notably Vermont — have investigated building a single-payer system for health care consumers within … Continue reading
Americans who’ve arranged health coverage through governmental exchanges could face dramatic leaps of pricing as early as next year. According to the most recent projections submitted by the country’s top insurance providers, state marketplaces from Oregon to New York might … Continue reading
Most of the public conversations about health care these days revolve around what to do about the Affordable Care Act. Hillary Clinton wants to build upon it, including the addition of a “public option” insurance program that will compete with … Continue reading
With all of the misinformation that has been spread about the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) it has been difficult to figure out what is true, and what isn’t. As you know, the Act mandated health care for everyone. The reason … Continue reading
In today’s marketplace, if you have/want to purchase a Medigap plan and want prescription drug coverage, you would need to enroll in a stand-alone Part D plan. These can be set-up during the annual enrollment period (AEP) or if/when you … Continue reading