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Comparing Public Plan Options vs Free Market Health Plans- A little Experiment

I decided to do a little experiment regarding the rates and benefits of the Public Plan option vs the Free market plans(private Plans). Mainly, I wanted to see if the public plan option made health insurance cheaper. We are told … Continue reading

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Healthcare Reform Chart

Here is the model of efficiency. Continue reading

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Democratic divisions impeding healthcare reform.

The AP (7/10, Espo, Werner) reports that the health reform “system suffered yet another setback” in the House Thursday, when the “pivotal” Blue Dog Coalition of “moderate to conservative Democrats” complained to House leaders that “the emerging bill ‘lacks a … Continue reading

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Cato Experts Dissect Obama’s Health Care Town Hall Meeting

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The Public Plan Deception – It’s not about choice

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Health Care That Fits Your Lifestyle

Tired of waiting to get into the doctor’s office? There are new trends emerging which are more affordable and accessible for patients. In Arkansas, Texas, Missouri, Oregon, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey, clinics are arriving inside the CVS, Rite-Aid, … Continue reading

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MyHeritage.org: Real health care reform

MyHeritage.org: Real health care reform Shared via AddThis

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Employers and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)

Many of the benefits of choosing a Health Savings Account (HSA) over a traditional health insurance plan can directly affect the bottom line of an employer’s benefit budget. For instance: • HSAs are dependent on a high deductible insurance policy, … Continue reading

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Attack on HSAs

The U.S. Senate Committee on Finance has proposed new changes to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) that could make them less attractive in the future. These options are only “proposed” so they are open for discussion. Here’s what you need to … Continue reading

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Healthcare Reform is promised and the Consumer is lost in the equation

Here are some thoughts I have on Healthcare Reform. Any type of healthcare reform should include the best interest of the conusmer and not special interest groups. I have worked in the industry for a long time servicing clients from … Continue reading

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