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How SMS Can Make Your Open Enrollment Process Easier

[ad_1] Text messaging provides an easy way to make sure your employees understand their new health plans. Here’s how SMS can make your open enrollment process easier. Direct communication speeds up the enrollment process and makes it easier to share information on the various medical plans available. Texts are received within minutes, while most emails are ignored. This is a guest post by Ken Rhie, the CEO of Trumpia. “Text messaging is a quick and cost-effective way to improve awareness…

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What’s New for 2019 Marketplace Enrollment? Get Ready for Updated, Improved Navigator Resource Guide

[ad_1] On November 1, the sixth open enrollment period begins for marketplace coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We at CHIR will soon re-launch our updated Navigator Resource Guide, made possible thanks to the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Guide provides information on recent policy changes, a list of enrollment tools for consumers and assisters, and answers to hundreds of frequently asked questions (FAQs), ranging from questions about eligibility for marketplace subsidies, post-enrollment issues, small employer…

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Aetna sets five-year goals to fight opioid epidemic

[ad_1] Top Aetna is aiming to reduce inappropriate opioid prescribing to members by 50 percent by 2022. The company is also aiming to increase evidence-based multi-modal approaches when treating members with chronic pain and using medication assisted treatment (MAT) for members with opioid use disorder by 50 percent by 2022. “These goals are Aetna’s North Star – they are benchmarks against which all of our opioid efforts will be measured and the standard to which we hold ourselves accountable,” said…

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It’s ACA Open Enrollment Time Again. Here Are 4 Things You Need to Know.

[ad_1] The annual open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance plans starts Nov 1 and runs through Dec 15 for 2019 coverage. That’s a shorter enrollment period than years past, so make sure you don’t miss the window! And that’s not the only difference this year. Here’s what you need to know. Read your rate notice carefully Know your coverage and what you’re paying for it. When you receive your 2019 rate notice in the mail,…

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I’m losing medicaid on 11/1 and I’m not sure what to do : HealthInsurance

[ad_1] I recieved a letter saying that I’m going to lose medicaid on 11/1 because I am currently making too much money. The issue is that my income is from teaching part time at a university and I dont teach during the summer and will likely be making less in the spring semester (I wont know until I get my contract in a month or so). So while I am making decent money right now (~$2000 per month), my income…

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4 Ways to Save on Your Health Insurance

[ad_1]   Rent, internet bill, car payment and now you want me to pay how much for health insurance every month? These days it can feel like your paycheck is almost gone before you hit the grocery store or bar. The good news is you have more health insurance choices today than your parents did, but it can still seem confusing and expensive. See four ways to spend less on health insurance this year. 1. Pick the Right-Sized Plan for…

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Can I Get Subsidized Health Insurance if I am Offered Health Insurance by My Employer?

[ad_1] For most Californians, if you are offered employer-sponsored coverage, you are not eligible for premium tax credits if you apply for a subsidized individual or family health insurance plan through Covered California. One of the questions on a Covered California application asks if you are offered insurance through your employer. For most Californians, if they answer yes to this question, they are not eligible for subsidies through Covered California. However, there are exceptions to this rule. You may be…

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How do I avoid the tax penalty?

[ad_1] A recent GoHealth survey found that 95% of people don’t know the last date to enroll in health insurance coverage this year. If you miss the deadline, you may not be able to enroll in health insurance until next year, unless you experience a qualifying life event. It’s important to know the deadlines so you can secure affordable coverage for the upcoming year. The last day to enroll in major medical insurance is December 15, 2017. If you want…

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Comparison of Health Policies – Family Plus and Lifeline | iTalk Blog

[ad_1] Buying a health policy has now become a necessity for all of us. Health insurance policy is a type of insurance that provides the insured a facility to avail cashless hospitalization and also, provides reimbursement for the expenses incurred by an insured.. It is basically a contract between the insurer and the policyholder, wherein the insurance company pays for the medical expenses suffered by the policyholder. There are multiple number of health insurance companies available in the market today…

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