An employee medical reimbursement plan can provide cost-savings to the employer and increased choice and savings to employees. But with the sea of acronyms and terms, it can be difficult to understand the different types of reimbursement plans.
A three-judge panel for the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington ruled today that the federal government may not provide premium tax subsidies for people in the three dozen states using the federally-run Marketplace, HealthCare.gov.
Americans who enrolled in individual health insurance policies through the Marketplaces are generally happy with their coverage. Additionally, the rate of uninsured people ages 19 to 64 has dropped significantly. This is according to a survey conducted by the Commonwealth Fund.
With open enrollment for individual health insurance coming up in November, now is a good time for employees and clients to start thinking about their healthcare needs and what open enrollment means for them.
A recent study found that most employees of small businesses are not satisfied with their health benefits. If you're a small business owner, HR professional, or health insurance agent, this might not surprise you. But the good news is there's a solution.
A year ago, healthcare professionals were still trying to make sense of the Affordable Care Act's Navigator and In-Person Assister Programs, designed to help Americans enroll in Health Insurance Marketplace plans. A new report by the Kaiser Family Foundation provides an update on status, successes, and challenges of these programs.
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