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ACA Signups Dip

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator announced Tuesday that 11.8 million people signed up for 2018 plans on the Affordable Care Act marketplace. The total is roughly 400,000 fewer than last year, a much smaller number than predicted before the enrollment period began in November. Enrollment Data Includes: Of all signups, 27 percent [...]

Health Care Tops Americans’ Worries for Third Year

Health care is the issue Americans worry about the most, topping the economy as the public's primary concern for the third year in a row. More than half of adults – 55 percent – in a new National Gallup Survey say they worry "a great deal" about the availability and affordability of health care, while [...]

Can Healthcare Be Fixed?

Even though the U.S. economy appears to be doing well, Americans are concerned about what Congress will be doing in the next six months about the ACA. The Current State The ACA has single handedly tripled the overall cost of health care since it was signed into law. Insurance premiums and deductibles have skyrocketed. Even [...]

Will Small Biz ACA Problems Be Saved by Association Health Plans?

Out of 75 Major Concerns, Small Business Owners Rank Health Insurance Costs as the Number One Problem They Face Between 2008 and 2015, the proportion of employers with fewer than 10 employees providing health insurance dropped by over one-third while the proportion of employers with 10 to 24 employees dropped by a quarter. Why have [...]