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US Benefit Solutions Blog: 3_2014

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Here are 10 things you need to know about Monday’s Health Insurance Marketplace deadline: 1. It’s only sort of a deadline. Anyone who has started the registration process online or by phone, but isn’t able to finish by March 31, will be given time to complete the process after March 31. READ MORE >>

As the clock ticks down to the end of open enrollment for health coverage, one thing is becoming clearer: what the final demographics will look like. Demographics matter a lot because they will help determine whether the health insurance market goes into a death spiral (or requires hefty federal subsidies to keep it from doing so). READ MORE >>

The open enrollment period ends March 31, and people continue to have many questions about how the health law and the exchanges work. Q. I am an insurance agent. When I got trained for the California health insurance marketplace, we were told that the coverage on and off the exchange would be “mirrored” coverage, with the same benefits and providers. READ MORE >>

Well, “love” is probably an exaggeration, but as Obamacare turns four President Obama and his enablers have uncharacteristically been defending several principles that conservative health policy advocates have been promoting for years. READ MORE >>

The Obama administration will grant extra time to Americans who say they are unable to enroll in health care plans through the federal insurance marketplace by the March 31 deadline.  All consumers who have begun to apply for coverage on HealthCare. READ MORE >>

The new health-care law has improved a lot of things about health insurance: You can’t be turned down or charged extra if you have a preexisting condition, all types of basic health services are covered, plans can’t cap annual or lifetime benefits, and most preventive care is free. READ MORE >>

Starting on April 1st, the Affordable Care Act will require most Americans to have some form of health insurance or pay a fine, but time is running out for the first Health Insurance Marketplace open enrollment period. ABC 10 senior reporter Mike Hoey spoke with a health insurance company manager about what uninsured U. READ MORE >>

The new health care law helps some people, hurts others and confuses almost everyone. Hoping to simplify things a bit, The Associated Press asked its Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus followers for their real-life questions about the program and the problems they're running into as the March 31 deadline approaches to sign up for coverage in new insurance markets. READ MORE >>

Aetna has become aware of impostors who are calling people – often multiple times a day – and fraudulently claiming to be from Aetna. The calls may be from an automated service that repeatedly dials a number or from a live person.  These calls are not being placed by, or at the direction of, Aetna. READ MORE >>

Terri Durheim and her family now have health insurance, thanks to Obamacare. What they don't have are local doctors and hospitals who will take it. This worries the Enid, Okla., resident since she has a teenage son with a serious heart condition. They now have to find a pediatric cardiologist in Oklahoma City, more than an hour away. READ MORE >>

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