Many Nebraskans are eligible for health insurance subsidies

Nebraska Health Insurance

Report shows that Nebraskans could be missing out on health insurance subsidies Residents of Nebraska have been slow to enroll in the state’s health insurance exchange due to technical difficulties and uncertainty concerning the options that are available to them. A new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows that approximately 239,000 people could find better coverage through the exchange, but only 500 people have enrolled into the exchange thus far. The report shows that many people are eligible for federal subsidies that could offset the cost of health insurance…

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Nevada releases estimates for health insurance policies sold through exchange system

Nevada health insurance commissioner State Legislature Building

Division of Insurance releases estimates concerning health insurance rates The Nevada Division of Insurance has released estimates concerning the policy premiums for plans sold through the state’s health insurance exchange, called the Silver State Health Insurance Exchange. The state agency notes that the exchange will begin open enrollment next month and believes that issuing rate estimates will help consumers better understand the financial aspects of policies sold through the exchange and prepare themselves accordingly. Policies sold through the exchange will become active on January 1, 2014. Estimates account for individual…

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