The recent HealthCare.gov post We’re making it easy for you to keep your marketplace coverage next year provides several important things for you to know about renewal and auto-enrollment the existing health plan.
Health Insurance Marketplace for Individuals
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
Finally, Federal Health Insurance Marketplace (Federal Exchange) is working the way we all expected it to work from the very beginning. Below are step-by-step instructions how to enroll in Federal Exchange.
The role of Obamacare subsidies is very important: to help low- and moderate-income families to reduce the cost of health insurance. The federal government provides two affordability programs Premium Tax Credit and Cost-Sharing Reductions. Both of them are available only … Read More
The recent article The Real Reason You May Not Be Able to Keep Your Doctor Under The New Healthcare Law written by Robert Laszewski and published in The Health Care Blog discusses in depth the question many people ready to … Read More
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.
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 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
The Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act (also known as ACA or Obamacare), is one of the major pieces of legislation to affect the U.S. health care system. It was signed into law on March 23, 2010 by President Barack … Read More
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, there are “as many as one in four new consumers who will apply for health coverage in the new Health Insurance Marketplace, and will speak a language other than English in their home”. To … Read More