Open Enrollment Rate Increases for 2017 and EPO vs PPO

  Here’s an individual health insurance update for the fall of 2016. This message does not contain any information regarding the Medicare open enrollment which I’ll discuss in the next video blog. General open enrollment for individual health insurance began
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Is Your Heart Healthy for Valentine’s Day?

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National Heart Month #heartmonth is here! February is National Heart Month – celebrate by loving your heart! Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in women and men in the United States, and while some risk factors are hereditary, there is much that can be done to lower you
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In The News This Week: Fear About Zika

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And You Thought Zika Was Only In Brazil…. Zika infections will rise, plateau and then fall in Colombia, says President Juan Manuel Santos. via VIDEO: Colombia – Zika infections will rise WebMD shares the story the doctors who linked the Zika virus to microcephaly. via Zika
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The Passing of Bowie and Frey is the Week Our Music Died

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Are you a Boomer? If so, last week may have been as sad for you as it was for some of us. The deaths of David Bowie and Glenn Frey led to some interesting conversations about which artist left a bigger impact on our lives, and a bigger whole in our hearts. Which was it for you? Winslo
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5 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions You Can Easily Keep

If you are like most of us, you are making some new year’s resolutions that include being healthy so we thought we might help you out: Healthy New Year’s Resolutions The new year is all about creating new beginnings. While you’re coming up with ways to give yourself a fres
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Flu shot, or Scared of Santa?

Flu shot, or scared of Santa? Can you guess why these tots are crying? All happy families are alike, and so are unhappy toddlers, whether they’re getting a shot at the doctor’s office or perched unwillingly on Santa’s lap. But Jimmy Kimmel had fun Tuesday night seein
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The Open Enrollment Shopping Window for 2016 Health Insurance Closing

California ends takeover of Alameda County public health insurance provider ALAMEDA — After teetering on the edge of insolvency last year, Alameda County’s public health insurance provider has turned its finances around, prompting the state to return it to local control. T
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Covered California Opens Third Annual Enrollment this Week

It’s Back! Covered California Opens Third Annual Enrollment – Keenan November 1 marks the beginning of Open Enrollment for Covered California’s health insurance exchange and the opportunity to enroll for or change coverage for 2016. The open enrollment period extends to January
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SacBee Announces: New Health Law Premiums Available Online This Sunday

New health law premiums available online this weekend Premiums are expected to rise in many parts of the country as a new sign-up season under President Barack Obama’s health care law starts Nov. 1. But consumers have options if they shop around, and an upgraded government websi
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5 Top Health News Stories from this Past Week

What health news caught your attention this past week? So much caught our attention that we couldn’t choose just one article to share. Here’s a roundup of the top X articles we think you should know about: 1. Aetna, Humana Shareholders Approve Proposed Merger “Health
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