Why Uninsured Might Not Flock To Health Law’s Marketplaces

With almost one in five of its residents lacking health insurance, officials in Palm Beach County thought they had hit on a smart solution.  The county launched a program that offered subsidized coverage to residents who couldn’t afford private insurance, but made too much to qualify for Medicaid, the state-federal program for the poor.  Enrollees […]

The Real Obstacle of Health Insurance Exchanges: American Consumers

The new state health insurance exchanges are the cornerstone of the most important feature of the Affordable Care Act.  The law aims to help millions of uninsured people get coverage in 2014, and the exchanges are the mechanism through which this will happen.  To meet the 2014 timetable, the state exchanges are supposed to be […]

Gearing Up for Health Insurance Marketplaces

Boston Medical Center, which has nearly six years of experience with its state health insurance marketplace, found that many patients need help understanding how to acquire and maintain health coverage.  When federal- and state-run health insurance marketplaces (formerly known as exchanges) begin operating, many uninsured patients will gain health coverage–a big boon for the hospitals […]

June Update

The ClaimAid Advantage: National healthcare – June Update In less than 4 months, the “Health Insurance Marketplace” will begin open enrollment as required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In 2014, most Americans will be required to purchase or enroll in health coverage. As part of our ongoing commitment to our clients, we are pleased […]