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Affordable Care Act Changes for 2023 and What to Expect in the 2023 Open Enrollment Period

In most countries, the open enrollment period for 2023 health coverage begins on November 1, 2022, through January 15, 2023. You can enroll in, re-enroll in, or change your 2023 health plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace during this period. Every year the Affordable Care Act (ACA) changes. Between these changes, rising inflation, the increase […]
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Best Tips on How to Avoid or Manage Medical Debt

The running joke for the past few years has been that, in the U.S., if your health crisis does not kill you, the bill will.Jokes aside –reliable sources reveal that medical issues are one of the things separating two-thirds of Americans from bankruptcy. If you live within this filter bubble, you may believe there’s nothing […]
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The Senate Action on Health Insurance (IRA) Receives Mostly Positive Industry Reactions

The Senate Action on Health Insurance (IRA) Receives Mostly Positive Industry Reactions Medical and insurance organizations mostly praised the Senate’s approval of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on Sunday, August 7, 2022. The Senate required Vice President Kamala Harris’ vote to send the bill to the democrat-controlled House on a hyper-partisan 51-50- vote. The $750 […]
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States with the Best Health Systems

States with the Best Health Systems Different states spend billions of dollars annually on healthcare. Lawmakers also meet complex challenges when responding to their residents’ healthcare needs. We consider the accessibility of preventative medical and dental treatment for children and adults when evaluating the best states for health care. The 2020 Covid-19 pandemic and its effects […]
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Are You Ready for Open Enrollment?

Are You Ready for Open Enrollment? The time between now and when you should enroll for a health plan that is compatible with the Affordable Insurance Act (ACA) is getting shorter. The Annual Open Enrollment Period begins on November 1. You can also make changes to your existing plan during this period. You have until […]
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Almost 41 Million Americans Received Mental Health Support Through Employer Coverage in 2020

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA) requires that health insurance plans provide equal coverage for mental and physical illnesses. A recent National Council on Behavioral Health report outlines that over 40 million Americans received mental health care through their employers in 2020. This is an increase from 35.6 million in 2019. […]
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