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08/16/2016

Aetna Also Dropping Out of Some Markets

Consumers who buy health insurance through the Obamacare marketplaces will face an even greater shortage in the number of plans available for 2017. Aetna, the country’s third-largest health insurer, announced on Monday that it would be withdrawing individual major medical plans from the exchanges in 11 out of the 15 states where it currently does business. Only plans in Delaware, ... Read Full Article ›

08/08/2016

Insurance Carriers Leave the Marketplace

As America prepares for the fourth open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act this November, changes to the availability of health insurance on the Obamacare marketplaces may impact coverage nationwide. Earlier this year, United Healthcare, the nation’s largest health insurance provider, announced that it would be cutting ties with the ACA exchanges. Since that announcement, other insurers have followed ... Read Full Article ›

07/14/2016

Kaiser Family Foundation Survey Results: Most Enrollees Like Their Obamacare Plan

Kaiser Family Foundation Survey Results: Most Enrollees Like Their Obamacare Plan We are already past The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) third year of marketplace open enrollment. A new Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) survey focused on individuals purchasing ACA insurance plans or enrolled in Medicaid on the marketplace appear to like their coverage options overall but are still worried about premiums, ... Read Full Article ›

04/22/2016

Obamacare plans increase, as employer-sponsored coverage drops

As the latest reports show, the most recent Open Enrollment Period (OEP), which ended on Jan. 31, 2016, saw 12.7 million Americans sign up for health insurance policies under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This latest OEP represents an increase of one million people (8.5 percent more) over the previous year. Since the healthcare law’s passage on Jan. 1, 2014, ... Read Full Article ›

04/22/2016

Employer coverage remains strong, even as ACA plans provide coverage

The Jan 1st 2014, launch of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provided millions of previously uninsured Americans with vital healthcare coverage. But countless heated arguments have been directed at the law, both for and against. One of the most volatile matters was the issue of employer-sponsored policies, by far, the biggest source for the nations’ health insurance. The Congressional Budget ... Read Full Article ›

04/22/2016

CMS announces confirmation changes to SEP process

Over the past three years, Americans have taken full advantage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s annual Open Enrollment Period (OEP). This is the official window in which people are able to select and purchase ACA-compliant health insurance plans. By all accounts, the OEPs are successful, with the final estimates for the 2016 OEP showing that 12.7 million Americans signed ... Read Full Article ›

03/01/2016

Younger, healthier enrollees boosting ACA’s value to carriers

When it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), 18-34-year-old consumers are considered the ultimate prize for big insurance carriers. The enrollment of younger, healthier people, also known as “millennials or Young Invincibles (YIs), affects all Americans’ coverage. They’re less likely to use their insurance, compared to older, sicker beneficiaries. This balances out the insurance market’s risk pool, reducing carriers’ ... Read Full Article ›

03/01/2016

Childhood insurance coverage hitting nationwide highs

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided millions of American adults with high-quality healthcare coverage. But the nation’s youngest have benefited from the law, as well. Research shows that since the Jan. 1, 2014, establishment of Obamacare, 25 states have seen significant increases in children’s coverage rates. Among the benefits of this coverage increase has been improved access to care ... Read Full Article ›

02/10/2016

Possible 2016 Obamacare Extension Until March 31, 2016

Updated 2/10/2016 Essentially, this extension pertains only to individuals who were unable to file because of a taxation issue relating to their tax filing in 2014. If individuals who received subsidized healthcare (Obamacare plans) in previous years prior to this open enrollment season, and they didn’t file a tax return, they may be ineligible to enroll until they file and or ... Read Full Article ›

01/11/2016

The New Year marks a new Obamacare enrollment milestone

The start of 2016 has signaled another achievement for the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As of Dec. 31, 2015, more than 8.5 million Americans have purchased health coverage during this latest 2016 Open Enrollment Period (OEP). As 6 million of these were policy renewals, this supports the Obama administration’s estimates of as many as 14.7 million ACA enrollees by the ... Read Full Article ›

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