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Shopping for Your Ideal Obamacare Health Plan

Since Congress passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, there has been an ongoing series of changes to the program commonly known as Obamacare.  Initially intended to help all Americans obtain reasonably priced health insurance, the Affordable Care Act established health insurance exchanges that offered policies that were subsidized by federal tax credits. For more […]

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What New Government Policies Mean for Your Health Plan

Over the past nine months, the Trump administration has enacted a host of changes across a broad array of topics by using policy changes, executive orders and legislative acts. Included among these changes are a number that apply to health care that could alter how you obtain medical services and how you pay for them. […]

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Five Potential Fixes for the Affordable Care Act

In 2010, Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, a sweeping reform of the American health care system. Among the many changes instituted by the ACA—also commonly known as Obamacare—was a massive expansion of the federal health insurance program for the poor, Medicaid, and the creation of regional health insurance marketplaces that offered subsidized health plans […]

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Stabilizing the Health Insurance Market

If you are like many Americans then you have probably been following the efforts by the Trump administration and Congress to reform the U.S. health care system with considerable interest. Whether you are an enrollee in an Obamacare health plan or not, you or someone close to you probably has a health plan that is […]

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Finding Insurance Coverage When You Have a Pre-Existing Condition

If you are like 130 million Americans with health issues like asthma, high blood pressure or diabetes, then you are probably considered someone with a pre-existing condition by insurance companies. Technically speaking, a pre-existing condition is any health problem for which you have already received medical advice or treatment, but what actually constitutes a pre-existing […]

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