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Obamacare Exchange Stats Not Encouraging

Nearly two million individuals enrolled in Obamacare plans through state exchanges dropped their coverage through mid-March, according to a Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services report released Monday evening. Some 12.2 million people enrolled in Obamacare plans during the 2017 open enrollment period, but only 10.3 million individuals paid their premiums.  This means that 1.9M [...]

By | June 21st, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Health Care, Insurance, Obamacare|0 Comments

Snippets American Health Care Act (AHCA)

The AHCA is like having a baby ...It's not here yet, but it's coming. ANTI-AHCA PUSH - Eight major groups announced national events hoping to bring together patients, providers and advocates to warn the Senate against repealing the Affordable Care Act. Participants: AARP, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, American Diabetes Association, American Heart [...]

By | June 19th, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Health Care, Insurance, Obamacare|0 Comments

Obamacare Drives Out Insurers

Insurers Fleeing Marketplaces Cite Fear of Subsidy Payments and the Individual Mandate Obamacare markets are undergoing a slow-motion meltdown as a climate of uncertainty. Most insurers have announced plans to exit the marketplaces, which leaves Obamacare customers nationwide with potentially no options for purchasing subsidized coverage in 2018.  In the latest and most significant blow, [...]

By | June 16th, 2017|Affordable Care Act, Health Care, Insurance, Obamacare|0 Comments

ACA Update – Three Key Takeaways

The Revised House Republican health bill follows a philosophy that "Insurers and markets, rather than government" are empowered to find ways to provide affordable health insurance to a broad set of Americans. The bill that passed this week creates a mechanism to free insurers to sell a wider variety of products—including less-comprehensive plans now barred [...]