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9 Health Insurance Acronyms Small Business Owners Should Know

Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

Small Business Trends reports:

“Many health insurance acronyms float around these days. In the past, people counted on essentially two health care options. They included traditional group health insurance and, for seniors, Medicare. Today, you’ll find a number of health care options. Some of which specifically limit themselves to small businesses. The array of options may confuse you because of the many names used to describe them.

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12 Attorneys General File Lawsuit Over Association Health Plans

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

Health Payer Intelligence reports:

A dozen state attorneys general are suing the Department of Labor (DOL) over the expansion of association health plan (AHPs).

In the suit, which was filed in the DC District Court of Appeals, the officials argue that broad availability of AHPs violates the consumer protections included in the Affordable Care Act.

The DOL’s final rule allows contractors and individuals in similar industries to enroll in AHPs that operate outside of the ACA’s enforceable policies.

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What is Trump’s New Short-Term Health Insurance Order?

Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

Investopedia reports:

“On February 20, 2018, the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor and the Treasury released a proposed rule that would increase the length of coverage for short-term health insurance plans from three months to 364 days. They proposed this rule in response to an executive order President Trump issued in October 2017 telling these departments to propose regulations or guidance that would make this type of insurance more available in order to encourage consumer choice and provider competition in the health insurance market.

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Obamacare enrollment starts Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know

Monday, October 30th, 2017

The Chicago Tribune reports:

“Choosing the right health insurance plan can be a cumbersome process, and this year’s political back-and-forth over Obamacare has made it seem even more confusing.

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Health insurance and open enrollment – what you need to know

Monday, October 30th, 2017

The Chicago Tribune reports:

“As open enrollment for health insurance begins Wednesday, Nov. 1, and several changes have occurred or been proposed, I decided to check in with two industry experts for their advice on what you need to know.

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Trump ending lower-income Obamacare subsidies, threatening the law’s marketplaces

Monday, October 30th, 2017

The Chicago Tribune reports:

“The Trump administration informed a federal appeals court on Friday that the government would immediately halt payments to insurers that help millions of lower-income Americans afford coverage under the Affordable Care Act, formalizing a decision that could upend individual insurance markets across the country.

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McHenry County: Medicare Supplement

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Seal of McHenry County, Illinois

Seal of McHenry County, Illinois (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We specialize in helping McHenry County individuals understand Medicare and Medicare supplements.

Medicare is a federal program to help older Americans and some disabled Americans pay for the high cost of healthcare.

Generally, the Government’s Medicare Program consists of 4 parts:

  • Part A is for hospital services, no premium
  • Part B is for medical services, premium based on income
  • Part C are Medicare Advantage Plans. It’s a Government Program. Sold through Insurance Companies, plans and pricing vary.
  • Part D is the prescription drug plan. It is also sold through insurance companies, plan and pricing vary.

Medicare does not cover all the costs.

To help cover the costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, you have a few choices.

  • Medicare supplement plans (AKA – Medigap)
  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Prescription Drug Plans (AKA – Part D, PDP, and Medicare Rx)

In order to purchase one of these supplements, you will need to sign up for both Medicare Part A and Part B.

Please contact us at (847) 426-2788. We are also proud of our 5 Star Google Places reviews. Thank you for visiting our website we look forward to working with you.

Thanks again,

Robert G. Eriksen, President
Personal Health Insurance Broker

Phone: (847) 426-2788
Email: Bob@EriksenInsurance.com

Lake County: Medicare Supplement

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Independence Grove, Libertyville 001

Independence Grove, Libertyville 001 (Photo credit: Tallok)

We specialize in helping Lake County individuals understand Medicare and Medicare supplements.

Medicare is a federal program to help older Americans and some disabled Americans pay for the high cost of healthcare.

Generally, the Government’s Medicare Program consists of 4 parts:

  • Part A is for hospital services, no premium
  • Part B is for medical services, premium based on income
  • Part C are Medicare Advantage Plans. It’s a Government Program. Sold through Insurance Companies, plans and pricing vary.
  • Part D is the prescription drug plan. It is also sold through insurance companies, plan and pricing vary.

Medicare does not cover all the costs.

To help cover the costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, you have a few choices.

  • Medicare supplement plans (AKA – Medigap)
  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Prescription Drug Plans (AKA – Part D, PDP, and Medicare Rx)

In order to purchase one of these supplements, you will need to sign up for both Medicare Part A and Part B.

Please contact us at (847) 426-2788. We are also proud of our 5 Star Google Places reviews. Thank you for visiting our website we look forward to working with you.

Thanks again,

Robert G. Eriksen, President
Personal Health Insurance Broker

Phone: (847) 426-2788
Email: Bob@EriksenInsurance.com

Kane County: Medicare Supplement

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
English: The Seal of Kane County

English: The Seal of Kane County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We specialize in helping Kane County individuals understand Medicare and Medicare supplements.

Medicare is a federal program to help older Americans and some disabled Americans pay for the high cost of healthcare.

Generally, the Government’s Medicare Program consists of 4 parts:

  • Part A is for hospital services, no premium
  • Part B is for medical services, premium based on income
  • Part C are Medicare Advantage Plans. It’s a Government Program. Sold through Insurance Companies, plans and pricing vary.
  • Part D is the prescription drug plan. It is also sold through insurance companies, plan and pricing vary.

Medicare does not cover all the costs.

To help cover the costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, you have a few choices.

  • Medicare supplement plans (AKA – Medigap)
  • Medicare Advantage Plans
  • Prescription Drug Plans (AKA – Part D, PDP, and Medicare Rx)

In order to purchase one of these supplements, you will need to sign up for both Medicare Part A and Part B.

Please contact us at (847) 426-2788. We are also proud of our 5 Star Google Places reviews. Thank you for visiting our website we look forward to working with you.

Thanks again,

Robert G. Eriksen, President
Personal Health Insurance Broker

Phone: (847) 426-2788
Email: Bob@EriksenInsurance.com

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