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Obamacare Doesn’t Cover Everything...

  What’s not covered by Medicare Plans, Part A & Part B. Even if Medicare covers a service or item, there are two aspects of coverage that are the financial responsibility of the insured individual.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. your coinsurance — the amount you may be required to pay as your share of the cost for services after you pay any...

6.4 Million Americans enroll for 2015 He...

The U.S. government reports that 6.4 million Americans have enrolled or were automatically re-enrolled into plans on the healthcare.gov website. This put the government at near their 9.1 million goal. The 6.4 million figure also includes only policies sold in 36 states, which use the health care website. The remain 18 states, include New York and California, which have their own online exchanges and have begun to report data separately. Out of the 6. million consumers who enrolled, about 1.9 million are new enrollees and 4.5 million are re-enrollments. Consumers who...

Coverage for rural Minnesota will start ...

Receiving coverage is good for families and residents of rural Minnesota who enroll by Jan. 15 in which their coverage will kick in on Feb. 1, 2015. Living in rural communities should not have to come with hefty price tags for healthcare coverage. Thanks to  the Affordable Care Act. ACA is making a difference for those in rural areas including those in rural Minnesota. Today, because of the ACA, families and others may select from several different plans and may of them will qualify for financial assistance to help him or her pay for their coverage. To enroll in coverage...

Enrollment deadline for January 1, 2015 ...

Monday the 15th is the last day for consumers to enroll in individual health care coverage beginning January 1st. The healthcare.gov website is the only place consumers can receive and apply for tax credits, which will help them pay their premiums. Those who have enrolled last year will have to re-enroll on the healthcare.gov website. Open enrollment for Obamacare will continue until Feb. 15, 2015. As of Dec. 7, 2014, 26,933 people sign up for coverage on the healthcare website. During the 2013 open enrollment period 68,570 consumers enrolled and paid his or her coverage....
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