This Week’s Healthcare News Roundup

This is what happens when we get inundated with healthcare news and we can’t decide what to share…ok, here goes: 1. Were you hoping that the upcoming Open Enrollment period would be easier than last years? Well, according to the John & Rusty report we received, we have
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A Roundup of ACA Updates, with Thanks to Employee Benefits News!

Once again, we received 3 new updates that we thought might interest you, and they are summarized for you below, along with links to the original articles: * An article in Benefits News answered “The Top Three Questions Asked By Small Business Owners”: Question 1: “W
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This Week’s Top 4 Healthcare Headlines

It is pretty amazing the amount of news activity that’s been generated around health insurance this past week (again). Let’s see if we can adequately summarize the highlights for you: 1. “California exchange insurance rates for 2015 draw mixed reaction” accordi
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Say What? Obamacare Predictions Were Wrong?

Do you remember the dire predictions of life as we know it coming to an end when we instated Obamacare? Specifically, do you remember anticipating a doctor shortage? Especially because it was anticipated that those who took advantage of the new health reform law would be the sickest o
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Small Employers Still Unprepared for Obamacare Mandates

Small Employers Still Unprepared for Obamacare Mandates
I know, you thought we were done with this topic. And we were. For awhile. But here’s what we’ve learned from a recent article published by Inc: Small Businesses are still NOT prepared for Obamacare mandates. Are you an employee of a small business? Are you a small busines
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Healthcare Spending Increases…Surprised?

healthcare spending increases
Last week, Bloomberg News reported that: “Health Spending Gains as Obamacare Patients Use the Plans” Ok, is this really a news flash? Well, no, but not for the reasons you may have thought. We bet you thought spending rose because more people bought the insurance. Well, ye
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Last Push Before Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period Closes

insurance open enrollment period
Are you feeling pushed? We’ve noticed some hard selling by some insurers to try to get those still uninsured into the federal or state health insurance exchanges before the open enrollment period closes on Monday, March 31st. According to a recent New York Times article, some in
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George Geldin on the Challenges Facing Healthcare Providers…And You!

Challenges Facing Healthcare Providers
Hi, this is George Geldin of Geldin Insurance Services with a California Individual Insurance update for February 2014. This has been a tumultuous time during this initial Open Enrollment Period. By one carrier’s account, last year, in 2013, they had approximately 5,000 individu
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Is Implementing the Affordable Care Act Really Cutting Our Work Force?

Did you hear the same news we did? First we heard the news on the radio, and then we received this NY Times article in our email box and knew we had to share it with you! The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released their analysis showing that, because of the Affordable
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Latest News on Health Insurance Exchanges and The Affordable Care Act

Latest News on Health Insurance Exchanges and the Affordable Care Act
The latest news we’re hearing about the new health insurance exchanges and the Affordable Care Act are twofold. The first piece of news we received is that, as expected, the young and healthy are still sitting on the sidelines where as those that are older piled in fairly quickl
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