Health insurance application forms considerably simplified by Obama Administration

Health Insurance Reform

The documents are much shorter and easier to complete, though income details are still needed. The Obama administration has just unveiled a new and updated health insurance application form in order to enroll for benefits that is considerably shorter and easier to complete than the original massive document that had been issued. The first version of the form received numerous complaints as it was as long and confusing as a tax form. The latest draft of the health insurance benefits application is only five pages long, which includes the cover…

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HHS introduces new health insurance documents

Health Insurance confusion

HHS combats confusion in health insurance with new documentation When it comes to health insurance, documentation can be tedious and cumbersome for consumers. In the U.S., lengthy documentation, and the confusing language that is used to write such documents, has been targeted by the Affordable Care Act. This week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has announced the launch of a new health insurance document that is significantly shorter than its previous iteration. The federal agency believes that this revised documentation will provide more clarity to consumers looking…

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