Health Insurance Exchanges
Seniors At Risk for Health Reform Scams
Monday, 06 May 2013 19:00
Scammers who prey on the elderly are not in short supply – from sweepstakes scams to real estate schemes to faulty financial investments. And health reform is not immune as a tactic for scammers.
Law enforcement agencies are reporting an uptick in health insurance scams across the country as fraudsters take advantage of the confusion by a majority...
MIT Professor Says Health Reform Could Be a “Mess”
Wednesday, 01 May 2013 19:00
Jonathan Gruber, professor of economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), told a conference of health journalists it may take up to a year to “fully straighten out the messes involved in implementing this,” speaking on the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The surprising turn is that Gruber is a big supporter of the health reform law.
Business Federation Urges Small Businesses to Keep Up on Health Reform
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 19:00
In a recent interview, Bob Graboyes, health care economics expert for the National Federation of Independent Business, is urging small businesses in California to stay on top of health reform developments.
Saying that “California is probably doing a better job than just about any other state,” at launching the state health Exchange for small bus...
Public Unaware of IRS Involvement in Health Reform
Sunday, 28 April 2013 19:00
A top federal official says that American taxpayers are not being adequately informed about the financial and tax consequences they could face if they don’t have health insurance beginning January 1, 2014.
J. Russell George, the US Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, says the IRS should be doing more to educate the public about the...
Health Insurance Exchanges Face Hurdles to Implementation
Thursday, 25 April 2013 19:00
Like many states, federal officials are rushing to get insurance marketplaces – called Exchanges – up and running in 33 states, as enrollment is set to begin in just six months. Administration officials say the amount of work that is yet to be done is staggering and has been delayed by lawsuits, funding issues and political battles.
Aside from the...
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