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Controlling Health Benefit Costs: What We Can Learn from The Best

  For all the difficulties with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, there has been some good news: The rate of increase in health care spending has slowed to about 5.1 percent between 2012 and 2013 – which is … Continue reading

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Top 10 Health Services Commonly Excluded from Plans

The new Affordable Care Act law does not mean everything will change. Experts say many services that were excluded prior to the law remain unchanged. They examined over 3,000 health plans in 2014 to see which services were the most … Continue reading

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Can you Really Keep your Doctor with a Narrow Network?

One of the key selling points of the Affordable Care Act was the promise that “you can keep your doctor, period.” Not so fast. In fact, millions of Americans who have or will be signing up for medical coverage via … Continue reading

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Who’s Paying for it?

Who is going to pay the bills when they come due for insurance.    People that buy coverage through the and receive a subsidy will be allowed a 90 day grace period to pay premiums.    Typically, the insurance carrier will … Continue reading

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Justices Expected To Reject Postponing Ruling On Healthcare Reform Challenge

The Supreme Court’s hearing Monday on whether it is proper for the justices to rule on the Affordable Care Act at this time generated extensive television, print and online coverage. Media analysts last night and this morning largely agree that … Continue reading

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