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Archive for February, 2014

The ACA health care law change of the week

HHS said state residents who were unable to sign up because of technical problems may still get federal tax credits if they bought private insurance outside of the new online insurance exchanges. Click here to […]

I have read more and more articles about the ACA lack of drug coverage

I have been reading more articles about peoples medications not being covered under there new Affordable Care Act plans.  Following is a great article from Stephen Blackwood President of Ralston College a liberal Arts college in […]

The ACA wide reaching consequences

  The Wall Street Journal has a great article about some of the cost  have incurred because of the ACA law changes. Click her to read this article They have a link from this article […]

A graph on the changes to the Affordable Healthcare Act

There have been so many changes to the healthcare laws I find this graph is really helpful to remember the key ones!

The website still has glitches

I’m sure by now you have heard the latest white house claims that the website now works well. There are still many security issues as well as a number of glitches that are yet to […]

ACA enrollments drop sharply in January

The ACA enrollments were approximately 40% less in January than December. Remember these enrollments are not people who actually paid for a plan. Given the low number of people expected to purchase ACA health plans this year many insurers are expecting […]

The FBI is investigating Cover Oregon for fraud

The fact Cover Oregon is being investigated for fraud is no shocker. What will be shocking is if anyone is held accountable. Click her to read more  

Is Cover Oregon goin to be in operation in 2015?

I have had numerous problems with Cover Oregon, I can not and will not work with them until the demonstrate they have gotten there act together, this is doubtful! There are serious doubts weather they can […]

CBO nearly triples estimate of working hours lost by 2021 due to Affordable Care Act

  The CBO estimates that the Affordable Care Act will cause a larger-than-expected reduction in working hours—eliminating the equivalent of about 2.3 million workers in 2021. Click here to read more