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Report finds that 90 percent can afford premiums and costs under Affordable Care Act; out-of-pocket costs will still be a concern for some families.
PHILADELPHIA, March 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Being a small business owner has its own special challenges, and none more important than deciding which health plan to offer employees.
State could provide better health care to more people with control over policies and funding AUSTIN, Texas, Feb.
Recommendations will ensure health care reform implementation puts the interests of taxpayers, small businesses and working families first HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Edward G.
Statement from Lawrence J. Massa, President and CEO, Minnesota Hospital Association ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan.
While employers plan to continue providing benefits and see value in keeping employees healthy, they anticipate higher costs due to health reform CHICAGO and WASHINGTON, Jan.
18.3 million men and women between the ages of 50 and 64 could benefit from provisions in the Affordable Care Act that expand access to affordable health insurance, assure that all health insurance provides a standard comprehensive benefit, and eliminate lifetime and annual limits in health insurance policies, according to a Commonwealth Fund Report.
18.3 million men and women ages 50 to 64 stand to benefit from provisions in the Affordable Care Act that expand access to affordable health insurance, assure that all health insurance provides a standard comprehensive benefit, prevent insurers from denying coverage or charging higher premiums to people with pre-existing conditions, and eliminate lifetime and annual limits in health insurance policies.
Young adults are one of the largest groups of Americans without health insurance.
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