ACA health insurance enrollments growth already outpacing last year

ACA health insurance registrations exchange

There are already 600,000 people who have signed up for their plans through the official marketplaces. According to a recent reports on the latest ACA health insurance enrollments, registrations are up and look very promising. In fact, more than half a million people have already enrolled, 23 percent of whom are new to the insurance exchanges. Despite President Trump’s claims that the Affordable Care Act marketplace was collapsing, it’s growing. “More than 600,000 people signed up last week for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, significantly beating the pace…

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Federal health insurance exchange opened for previews yesterday

Health Insurance exchange marketplaces

Over the weekend, the marketplace website opened its doors for window shoppers to have a look. Consumers living in the 38 states that are served by the federal health insurance exchange are now able to have an advance look at how the website works and what it will have to offer when the open enrollment period begins with the start of November. This will allow them to get a feel for the new site’s navigation and calculate what out of pocket costs would be. Officials from the Department of Health…

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An overview of health insurance for young adults

College Student Insurance

An overview of federal law In the U.S., health insurance is undergoing major changes spurred by the Affordable Care Act. The federal law has introduced many new regulations designed to govern health care throughout the country and the law’s provisions will have a dramatic impact on the way health insurance works and how accessible it is, especially for young adults. While young people may be quite knowledgeable of certain things, especially if it has to do with pop culture, many people are confused about what the Affordable Care Act means…

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