1. Is it possible to get health insurance coverage when laid off?

    Health insurance is an important formality that provides enough coverage for the medical expenses and helps you to be financially prepared for medical emergencies. There are numerous policies and coverage options that insurance companies offer to their clients. Many employers also provide special health insurance coverage for their employees. In that case, until you’ve a […]

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  2. Make the most out of your health insurance policy – Tricks to save your dollars

    With the increasingly large number of Americans who are not being able to tackle their soaring medical costs, the necessity to get your health insurance policies. In fact, Obama has made it mandatory for everyone to have a minimum coverage on their health insurance policies under the ObamaCare. As the hospital costs and medicine expenses […]

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  3. What Causes Health Insurance Hikes

    Just as the popular statement that states “health is wealth”, the same can be thought of that your health can consume your wealth. This is not really surprising with regards to the health care institutions as a percent rise can be observed in a yearly basis. As a result, compared to the health care insurance […]

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  4. The Different Insurance Plans under Obamacare

    The enrollment for the so-called “Obamacare” had started rolling last October 1, a feat won by the administration despite the criticism it has undergone. With such implementation, the plan so far goes smoothly as it is expected to begin its coverage this coming January 1, 2014 and such classes to start in March 31, 2014. […]

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  5. How to Protect Yourself from Insurance Fraud

    One of the reasons why some people are doubtful about availing insurance premiums is the fact that some thieves and robbers use it as an avenue to deceive more people. We have to account that insurance is all about trust and if that trust is broken, it’s very difficult to repair it again. This has […]

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  6. Where Does Most Healthcare Spending Go?

    The government’s healthcare spending has caused a lot of stir in different mediums of discussion these days. According to a study by Truven Health Analytics, healthcare spending has steadily increased for about 4.3 % every years for the past 5 years. People have become more aware of their health rights as citizens of the state […]

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  7. A Review of Obamacare Funding

    The pursuit of the administration to meet the deadlines of the upcoming amendment of the Affordable Care Act had its ups and downs but they are confident that the Republicans’ attempt to repeal it won’t succeed. The Republicans have never reconciled themselves in opposing the so-called Obamacare. They’ve voted to repeal it for 40 times, […]

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  8. State’s Safety Nets for the Proper Implementation of ACA

    Despite the current onslaught of the Republicans against the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the administration is determined to open the enrollment to the program this coming October. The new healthcare reform act was signed into law last 2010 and since then, the American citizens haven’t grasped the benefits which led to its minority approval. To […]

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  9. Finding the Most Affordable Health Coverage for your Family

    Health, runs the time-worn adage, is wealth. For what use will a king with pots of gold be if he is sick? Though it is not desirable to consider a healthy beggar a better option than that of a wealthy king, the point is, never compromise your health just so you could attain anything else. […]

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  10. Walgreens and Blue Cross Partner Up To Promote Obama’s Affordable Care Act

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or better known as “Obamacare” was signed into law in 2010 to improve American’s access to healthcare, expanding insurance benefits. It aims to reduce the cost of healthcare so that other citizens which aren’t insured yet could have the option of getting one, especially those who currently can’t afford it. […]

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