The White House effectively extended the Obamacare Open Enrollment Period by allowing anyone who claims to have started the healthcare enrollment process on Healthcare.gov, but was unable to finish it by the March 31 deadline, to have until the mid-April … Read More
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Outside of Obamacare Open Enrollment Period ending on March 31 deadline, qualified individual may be allowed to use Obamacare Special Enrollment Period (SEP) under certain circumstances. Read below.
For most types of insurances the company name and rating are very important. The Medicare Supplement, also known as Medigap, is an exception from this rule. For Medigap, the company name and rating are NOT really important. The reason is … Read More
Obamacare has two affordability programs for people with low and moderate incomes: Premium Tax Credit and Cost-Sharing Reductions (CSR). First of them is much better known. It provides tax credits that can reduce health insurance monthly premium for people with … Read More
Most people who have Medicare also have some form of supplemental insurance. Only 12 percent of people do not have any supplemental coverage. Medigap plans, also known as Medicare Supplement Plans, is one of the major sources of supplemental insurance … Read More
Guranteed Issue Rights are the rights you have in certain situations when insurance company MUST offer you certain Medigap policies, and you are NOT a subject to medical underwriting used to decide whether to accept your application, to charge more … Read More
The Part B of Medicare covers Mental Health Services on an outpatient basis when provided by a doctor, clinical psychologist, clinical social worker, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, certified nurse-midwife, or physician assistant in a doctor or other health care … Read More
The Obama administration will allow people having health insurance plans that don’t comply with Affordable Care Act (ACA) to keep them through October 2017, as long as states will allow it. This is the second Obamacare extension for non-Obamacare plans.
Pennsylvania PACE and PACENET Programs provide help with Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Part D) in PA. The recent changes in PACE and PACENET extend the eligibility of these programs to additional beneficiaries. Read below.