Finally, the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace (Federal Exchange) seems to be working. But should you always use the Federal Exchange? What are useful tips applying for Health Coverage on Federal Exchange? Read below.
Monthly Archives: November 2013
The disastrous rollout of Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) triggered several recent changes to Obamacare. Here is a brief description of changes. Obamacare Delay for Businesses with more than 50 Employees Originally, any business with 50 or more full time … Read More
There is nothing in most health exchange applications to prevent people having Medicare from applying for Individual or Family Health Coverage. The same is true for paper applications. But the affirmative response to the question “Can Medicare beneficiaries buy a … Read More
There is plenty of information on how Medicare Extra Help will help people to reduce their Prescription Drug Costs. It primarily describes who is eligible for those programs and what benefits they provide as far as a stand alone Prescription … Read More
The very disappointing start of Obamacare caused the decision to overhaul the government website healthcare.gov. The White House vowed to fix all major bugs by Nov. 30, 2013. This triggered several discussions how to make Obamacare more appealing to consumers … Read More
There are several ways of how to apply for Obamacare: online, in person, by phone, or by sending paper application. The most convenient way is naturally using the website: www.healthcare.gov for the Federally Facilitated Marketplace. Unfortunately multiple crashes and long … Read More