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Category Archives: Health Insurance

ObamaCare Dead On Arrival With Most All Business Owners

ObamaCare Dead On Arrival With Most All Business Owners

Friday’s Post 1/6/12 –  The bottom line is;  business owners in the United States have no plans to buy health care plans from or through the Federal government when Obama Care becomes fully available in 2014.  The majority of those business owners polled think there’s no reason for the U.S. Federal Government to require medical coverage under the new healthcare law. The survey revealed… Continue Reading

Will Supreme Court Find Obama Healthcare Law Unconstitutional?

Will Supreme Court Find Obama Healthcare Law Unconstitutional?

Friday’s Post 12.23.11 –  Since the passage of Obama Care nearly 13 months ago, both private business concerns and state governments all over the United States have been looking for a way out of participating the  highly unpopular and costly Health Insurance Program.  Although the majority of the program’s provisions have not gone into effect,… Continue Reading

South Dakota Insurance Officials To Fix Issues Surrounding Medical Coverage Applications

South Dakota Insurance Officials To Fix Issues Surrounding Medical Coverage Applications

Friday’s Post 11.25.11 –  Regulators in South Dakota have embarked on providing much-needed clarity in medical benefits that are covered by auto insurance firms in the health and motor industry. There is a general concern especially when it comes to vehicle accidents. The officials agree that this problem is now wide-spread and is being experienced in most states. Some of the issues… Continue Reading

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Monday’s Post 11/14/11 – The US Treasury with the Department of Heath and Human Service (HHS) has allocated more funds, for building out an affordable Insurance Exchanges.  Governors in most states received the first batch of $50 Million grants last year to commence plans on the Health Insurance Exchanges. This time round, thirteen States received $185 Million Dollars accompanied by… Continue Reading

Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Rules To Change

Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Rules To Change

 Thursday’s Post 11/10/11 –  Michigan is the only state in the U.S.  that  still offers “unlimited” Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits for auto accident victims. The unlimited insurance coverage includes lifetime benefits for victims who have suffered extensive injuries and will require lifetime medical care, as is often the case for spinal injuries and paraplegics. This is, however,… Continue Reading

Employers Look Hard At Health Insurance Exchanges for 2014

Employers Look Hard At Health Insurance Exchanges for 2014

Wednesday’s Post 11/9/11 –   Towers Watson, a leading Global Professional Services Company, recently carried out a survey to assess the impact of Insurance Exchanges which are set to open their doors in 2014.  Ron Fontanetta and Randall Abbott, Senior Healthcare Consulting Leaders at the company; conducted the survey for over 350 Companies considering these exchanges. According to the report, 45% of… Continue Reading

Job Cuts Affecting Health Insurance For Millions Of Americans

Job Cuts Affecting Health Insurance For Millions Of Americans

Thursday Post 11/4/11 –  Commonwealth Fund Vice President of Survey Research and Evaluation;  Sarah Collins and her colleague Michelle Doty, Vice President for Affordable Health Insurance; recently released  the  2010 Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey. The Report detailed the extent at which job losses from 2008 through 2010 have led to lower levels of  Healthcare… Continue Reading

Both Big & Mid-Size Companies Expected To Retain Health Plans In 2012

Over 70 percent of medium and large corporations have intentions of  allowing thier employees to enjoy health insurance plans through 2012. This is according to a latest survey conducted by Towers Watson. The survey states that at least 53 percent of the respondents have hopes that the health law reforms, which include the new Act premised on affordable… Continue Reading

Consumer-Direct Health Insurance Plans Reduce Savings

The increased number of consumer-direct health plans (CDHPs) has lead to a sharp reduction in the percentage of claims. CDHPs registered 14 percent growth this year alone which is a mere two-thirds of the rates witnessed in 2010.  A study which was conducted by United Benefit Advisors (UBA) reported that CDHPs have more elaborate coverage for employees when compared to Health Maintenance… Continue Reading