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Health Insurance

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  • Make sure your college student is fully insured

    Tuition may not be the only check you need to write if you're sending a child off to college this fall. Take stock of your health, homeowners and auto insurance to see which situations are covered and which aren't, and when you might need to buy more...
  • Courtney updates seniors on status of Medicare

    Congressman Joe Courtney (D-2) told seniors at the Griswold Senior Center that Medicare's solvency will allow it to continue improving the health of senior citizens through 2030. Courtney's Aug. 8 visit to the center focused on the newly-released report...
  • Florida Obamacare rates could rise 13 percent next year, state says

    Florida Obamacare rates could rise 13 percent next year, state says
    Monthly premiums for the second year of Obamacare health insurance plans are expected to rise an average of 13 percent, Florida officials announced Monday. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation has completed its analysis of recently submitted health...
  • Medicare costs: How long can the good news go on?

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - (The writer is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.) Medicare turned 49 years old last week, and the program celebrated with some good financial news for seniors: Premiums will not rise in 2015 for the third...
  • Obamacare at center of debate over California health insurance initiative

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. As state insurance commissioner, Dave Jones has the power to regulate rates for car and homeowner insurance. He can halt an insurer's proposed increase if the company can't justify the higher cost. Health insurance is another matter....
  • Number Of Residents Without Health Insurance Drops 50%

     Number Of Residents Without Health Insurance Drops 50%
    HARTFORD — The number of people in Connecticut without health insurance has dropped by 50 percent since 2012, according to research findings released Wednesday by the state's health insurance exchange. Access Health CT, the state-run onlinehealth...
  • 'Health care sharing ministries' increase membership in wake of law

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Go to church, be faithful to your spouse and shun tobacco, booze and drugs. Promising to adhere to that "biblical lifestyle," more than 300,000 Americans are taking advantage of a little-known provision in the nation's health care law...
  • Do Public Hearings Influence What Health Insurance Costs?

    A Fairfield County couple traveled to Hartford in June to urge regulators not to let Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield raise rates on close to 66,200 health insurance policies, including their son's. It was the first public hearing in nearly four years...
  • Consumers asked to verify income, other information � or risk losing subsidies for health insurance

    MIAMI Luis Martinez of Hialeah survived two heart attacks during the more than 10 years that he went without health insurance. So he was relieved to finally find coverage on the Affordable Care Act's insurance exchange in March, two weeks before the...
  • Fewer Uninsured No Cause For Celebration

    So Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is celebrating over a 50 percent drop in the rate of uninsured people in Connecticut thanks to the Affordable Care Act [Aug. 7, Page 1, "More Now Have Health Insurance"]. As he exults over having effectively silenced his critics...
  • Kaiser Notes Operational Success, Marketing, Outreach At Access Health CT

    The marketing efforts and operational decisions made by Access Health CT were featured recently in an analytical paper published by Kaiser Family Foundation, a health policy organization based in Washington D.C. Access Health CT is the health exchange,...