Health insurance enrollment up by 10,000 in Washington

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The state has now reported this figure, which represents the number of sign-ups over the last few weeks. At the end of last week, the state of Washington released its figures for health insurance sign ups during the first few weeks of open enrollment, and what it said was that there have been about 10,000 residents of the state that have already taken part. In 2013, there were almost 50,000 people who had enrolled for private health plans during the first four weeks. Last year’s open enrollment for buying health…

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Health insurance costs predicted by two states to be low in 2014

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Washington and Oregon have both found that rates will be considerably lower than initially predicted. The Affordable Care Act has just received a boost, as two northwestern states revealed that health insurance companies have submitted applications for selling on the state exchanges at rates that are considerably lower than what some execs had forecasted for these marketplaces. These marketplaces are expected to bring coverage to many of the 49 million uninsured Americans. In doing so, the design was meant to help to curb the extreme spending that has been caused…

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