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2014 December - Health Insurance Chat

Health Insurance Chat


Entries for December, 2014

Health Insurance Enrollment Strongest in Federal Marketplace

News from New York Times: Photo Roberto Villacreses of Sunshine Life and Health Advisors with Darko Tomelic and Andrea Viteri recently at a Miami mall. Credit Joe Raedle/Getty Images Continue Reading … Related News:

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Obamacare navigator helps hundreds enroll in health insurance plans

News from Charleston Post Courier: To get help Sign up for insurance online at healthcare.gov. Find free help by visiting localhelp.healthcare.gov. Call Janie Colleton, a certified Affordable Care Act navigator, for an appointment at the Community Resource Center, (843) 879-9508, or call the federal call center for assistance over the phone, (800) 318-2596. In a [...]

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Signing Up for Health Insurance, Even After Missing the Deadline

News from New York Times: Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue Reading … Related News: Understanding Health Insurance: A Guide to Billing and ReimbursementUnderstanding Health Insurance, Tenth Edition is fully updated to the latest code sets, guidelines, and claim forms to provide you… The End of Employer-Provided Health Insurance: Why It’s Good [...]

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Covered California reports robust health insurance enrollments

News from San Jose Mercury News: Simon Chew, an insurance counselor eHealth-Plans Inc., right, and Joanna Borrayo, center, a Spanish-to-English translator for eHealth-Plans Inc., answer questions concerning Covered California, also known as Obamacare, to an unidentified women at the Dr. Roberto Cruz – Alum Rock Branch Library in San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec. 9, [...]

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Big Changes in Fine Print of Some 2015 Health Plans – New York Times

News from Big Changes in Fine Print of Some 2015 Health Plans – New York Times: Photo The emergency room at Maimonides Medical Center in South Brooklyn. Some plans have higher co-payments for E.R. visits. Credit Benjamin Norman for The New York Times By Continue Reading … Related News:

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5 Things to Consider When Comparing Health Insurance Plans

News from U.S. News & World Report: Weighing monthly premiums and out-of-pocket costs can help to pick the best plan for you. The White House hopes that 9.1 million people will sign up for health insurance coverage through state and federal Affordable Care Act marketplaces during open enrollment, but the Congressional Budget Office estimates that [...]

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Zenefits, a Bay Area online broker, rattles health insurance industry

News from San Jose Mercury News: SAN FRANCISCO — Software company Zenefits is the fastest-growing startup in recent memory, but selling computer applications isn’t how the company earned that superlative. Instead, Zenefits has morphed from a skeletal 15 employees into an army of nearly 500 and counting — its revenue growth outpacing that of many [...]

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