If you are not assured by promises of a highly secure government exchange to buy health insurance, skip it.
New numbers show 73,000 Marylanders will be dropped from their health insurance policies. Notices have started going out to those people because their plans don’t meet the minimum standards of the Affordable Care Act.
Congress targets Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. They want to know when she found out healthcare.gov had major problems and who she told.
More than 3,100 Maryland households have chosen to enroll through the state’s online marketplace for health insurance.
Officials say more than 13,000 residents have created accounts on Maryland’s online marketplace for health insurance.
The executive director of Maryland’s online marketplace for health insurance says more upgrades to the website have enabled more people to create accounts to use it.
The executive director of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange says the state’s online marketplace for health insurance has been improved after days of delays due to a deluge of visitors.
Thirteen carriers have been approved to sell health benefit plans to small businesses through the new exchange, state health officials said Tuesday.
Massachusetts has lowest percentage of uninsured residents with only 4.5 percent; Texas has the highest with 28.8 percent. Generally the highest uninsured rates can be found in the South and West.
Young adults 19-34 years of age represent the group most likely to be uninsured. More than three-quarters of uninsured Americans come from working families.
While many Americans are aware of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and what may be in store in the near future, some are unaware of the longer term provisions still to come. Below is a […]
What The Affordable Care Act Means For Marylanders