Obamacare Tallies Are In

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Now that the Obamacare Open Enrollment Period is behind us, the last couple of weeks have been filled numerous articles. Below you’ll find a roundup of the most important articles so far this month. “Data on Health Law Shows Largest Drop in Uninsured in 4 Decades, the U.S.
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Still Looking for a Doctor in California?

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A few months ago, we mentioned that Covered California was hoping to enroll millions more during this Open Enrollment Period. Are you one that is still looking for coverage? Or, perhaps you have coverage but can’t find a doctor to care for you? Both of these issues are currently
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What did the Supreme Court Agree to Hear?

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We’re guessing that you heard the news on Friday that the Supreme Court agreed to rule on a new challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We’ve heard from some of you that you’re not sure you understand what they are going to rule on and would like
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ObamaCare Open Enrollment Time – Again!

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We just read a New York Times article that claims “Only 11 Percent of Uninsured Know About Obamacare’s Next Open Enrollment”. In case you missed it, here’s the gist: “This year, the big challenge for officials behind the Affordable Care Act may not be making th
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A Roundup of ACA Updates, with Thanks to Employee Benefits News!

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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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Health Insurance Pop Quiz…Only 5 Questions…And Their Answers

Health Insurance Pop Quiz
We are only days away from closing out the first quarter since the end of the first open enrollment period under “Obamacare“. Before we share with you the results of a new study we were sent, please take just a moment to think about what you expect the study to show. 1. Do
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What…There are Discrepancies…In the New Health Insurance Program?!

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The AP recently posted an article with updated figures on those that enrolled in the health insurance exchanges during the first open enrollment period. According to the article, “More than 2 million people who got health insurance under [the Affordable Care Act] have data discr
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Last Push Before Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period Closes

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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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Health Insurance Mandates are NOT Being Delayed

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Are you one of those that is hoping for an extension on the mandate to have health insurance coverage by the end of this month? Were you hoping there would be a delay in the penalty if you do not have health insurance by the end of March 2014? If so, we received some sad news for you
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Patient Home Monitoring Devices Yield Big Data

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There are doctors that know when their patients’ hearts are racing, or when their blood pressure is rising, even if they are sitting at home. Does that freak you out a little? Yeah, us too. But for high risk patients, patient home monitoring devices can be life saving. For provi
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