Today we released our free ObamaCare eBook, the ObamaCareFacts.com Guide to Open Enrollment 2015. We help you understand how to get covered and stay covered in the Health Insurance Marketplace. We also review tips and tricks for getting lower costs, getting the right plan, and explain everything from the fee, to open enrollment, to health insurance… Read More
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A November 2014 Kaiser Poll shows the majority of uninsured are unaware of open enrollment date, despite saying health insurance was important and needed. Let’s take a look at what the Kaiser Health Tracking Poll shows about the uninsured going into open enrollment 2015. Kaiser Health Tracking Poll 2014 Summary Despite the fact that the… Read More
According to a document posted on November 21st, 2014, the United States House of Representatives Committee on Oversite and Government Reform will be calling on Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Marilyn Tavenner and ACA architect Jonathan Gruber to testify on Tuesday, December 9th before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on what they feel… Read More
By the end of November everyone enrolled in a Health Insurance Marketplace plan should get two notices about changing and renewing marketplace plans during open enrollment 2015. One notice will be from your insurer and the other will be from your state’s marketplace. These notifications will help you to understand what is new for open enrollment 2015… Read More
How is ObamaCare Affected by the 2014 Midterms? How do the 2014 midterm elections affect ObamaCare? Victories for Republicans in the House and Senate could mean trouble for ObamaCare’s key provisions. Republicans are pretty out-spoken about their dislike of some of ObamaCare’s major provisions like the medical device tax, medicaid expansion, the individual mandate, and… Read More
A new CDC report shows the largest decrease in the uninsured rate was recorded among young adults age 19-25, from 19.8 percent in 2013 to 14.9 percent in first quarter of 2014. Was it the the expansion of Medicaid, woodworking effects, under 26 young adults staying on their parents plan, subsidies that 82% of uninsured… Read More
ObamaCare’s impact on Walmart seem to have brought a new business opportunity, and a sad day for employees. Walmart cut back benefits for part-time workers in an effort to cut healthcare costs before the looming 2015 mandate to insure full-time workers. The end result of Walmarts reaction to ObamaCare for the employees won’t be too… Read More