Together, they assisted 14,500 enrollments, far less than 1 percent of the 9.2 million people who signed up through HealthCare.gov, the insurance marketplace serving most states. But some advocates said the groups focused on the healthy , young adults .
The Trump administration is cutting federal contracts that help Central Florida residents enroll in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act — a move advocates decried Thursday as a further attempt to sabotage the existing law. In addition to.
Is there no corner of California that lawmakers think is beyond their administrative grasp? Senate Bill 562. Single-payer health care failed in the Assembly ... those 22 million Californians into a program they don’t want to be a part of is justifiable.
A Kaiser Family Foundation survey of marketplace assister programs and health insurance brokers found that a majority (66 percent) of insurance brokers say it takes more time to sell a non-group policy in 2015 compared to before the marketplaces.
Some insurers — including Cigna and Aetna — will not pay licensed agents and brokers a commission for helping people enroll in individual health insurance coverage for 2017 in many states, while others have reduced their commissions. ... information.
The Oregon Health Insurance Marketplace is also increasing its grants to organizations that provide assistance to people who need to enroll or renew their plans. While Republicans have criticized the program for not producing results, navigators seem.
of the ACA because it allowed her to purchase affordable insurance despite a pre-existing condition. But she became frustrated when her premium nearly tripled, doctors refused to take her policy and she found fewer options on the marketplace each year.
BC666055 (Super. Ct. Los Angeles County, CA , June 22, 2017)] against Uber's former CEO (and current Board member) Travis Kalanick, as well as Chairman of the Board of Uber Technologies, Inc., Garrett Camp. From a legal standpoint, this appears to be a .
Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo today announced the 2018 health insurance rates for New York's individual and small group markets, including rates for the NY State of Health , New York's official health plan marketplace . .... issued an.
The recent Medicaid expansion, brought about by the Affordable Care Act ( ACA ), has paved the way for more than 13 million Californians to enroll in the program ; another 1.2 million residents have enrolled in qualified health plans (QHPs) through.
How Assister Programs develop in their own right will also likely impact whether consumers can continue to get the help they need. This report is based on findings from the 2015 Kaiser Family Foundation survey of Health Insurance Marketplace Assister  .
The plans must cover all of the essential health benefits established ... s Cardinal Care program charges a premium of $4,968 for the 2017-18 academic year for on-campus medical and dental care through a Health Net of California EPO, which is a lot.
For those enrolled in a qualified health plan (QHP) in the Marketplace , having income below 250% of the poverty level ($50,225 for a family of three in 2015) qualifies individuals and families for both tax credits to lower the cost of premiums and cost.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation 2016 Survey of Health Insurance Marketplace Assister Programs and Brokers, 18% of assister programs reported that nearly all consumers they helped who were determined eligible to enroll in a QHP made their .
Several health insurers, including United Healthcare and Aetna, are scaling back their participation in the Affordable Care Act ( ACA ) health insurance marketplaces, and in some cases exiting the broader individual market, due to substantial losses in.