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Harvard Professors Complain About Changes To Their Very Generous Health …

News from ThinkProgress: by Tara Culp-Ressler Posted on January 6, 2015 at 1:34 pm “Harvard Professors Complain About Changes To Their Very Generous Health Insurance“ Harvard University CREDIT: Shutterstock Professors at Harvard University are unhappy about changes to their health insurance benefits that will require them to pay more for their plans, according to a [...]

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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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Analysis of 2015 Premium Changes in the Affordable Care Act’s Health …

News from Kaiser Family Foundation: With the second open enrollment period of the health insurance marketplaces approaching, this analysis provides an initial look at premium changes for marketplace plans for individuals in 15 states and the District of Columbia that have publicly released comprehensive data on rates or rate filings for all insurers. The analysis [...]

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Changes in UCSB Health Insurance

News from Daily Nexus: Adjustments to the Gaucho Insurance decreased the maximum mile radius to 30, leaving more students ineligible for the waiver Students with health insurance providers outside of a 30-mile radius around Student Health are now ineligible to waive Gaucho Health Insurance according to policy changes made earlier this year.The Gaucho Health Insurance [...]

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Census Bureau: Question changes make it easier to assess health insurance law

News from Washington Post: The director of the Census Bureau said he is confident that new changes in the wording of survey questions on health insurance will not diminish its ability to measure the impact of the Affordable Care Act. John H. Thompson, responding to critics, said the survey questions were rephrased specifically to establish [...]

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Health care changes to watch for in 2014

News from USA TODAY: A woman holding a sign in support of the Affordable Care Act is seen as President Obama’s motorcade returns to his vacation compound in Hawaii on Dec. 29.(Photo: Kent Nishimura, AFP/Getty Images) Story Highlights The health care industry believes the law is here to stay, one analyst says Medicaid and its [...]

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Changes to Health Insurance Contraceptive Mandate Unlikely to Appease …

News from U.S. News & World Report: Some religious employers object to providing employees with health insurance that covers contraceptives. New rules issued Friday by the Obama administration concerning its controversial health insurance contraceptive coverage mandate, which prompted lawsuits from many religious organizations, are likely to do little to dissuade the litigation, experts say. The [...]

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Changes in schools’ health insurance irk workers

News from San Francisco Chronicle: SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Changes in a state law that limit how much school districts can pay toward employee health insurance and a higher number of medical claims are leaving some employees of a South Bend school district feeling strapped by their health care expenses. The South Bend Community [...]

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Health-care changes may not all disappear even if justices overturn the law

News from Washington Post: Since the 2010 health-care bill became law two years ago Friday, it has launched fundamental changes to Medicaid, Medicare and the private health-insurance system relied on by millions of Americans. Its most transformative — and controversial — provisions are not set to take effect until 2014, but a complex web of [...]

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As US health care changes near, state’s Medicaid costs still unknown

News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: By Guy Boulton of the Journal Sentinel March 10, 2012 5:45 p.m. Whether federal health care reform will require Wisconsin to spend more or less money on Medicaid should be a fairly simple question nearly two years after Congress passed the historic law. Apparently it isn’t. And hundreds of millions [...]

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