UnitedHealth says it should have stayed out of the PPACA exchange system longer

December 1st, 2015 | By: Zachary Tracer (Bloomberg) – The biggest U.S. health insurer should have stayed out of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) exchange system longer, UnitedHealth Group Inc.’s chief executive officer said Tuesday, after the company said last month that it will take hundreds of millions of dollars in losses…

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Broker, earn our highest individual market commission rates in 2016

Every new individual member and every renewal individual member counts. This year we’ll pay our highest commission rates to our top brokers in the individual market. We’re going to reward you for every new individual member and every renewal individual member. Top producers will also get priority service from our concierge broker support team. Rewards…

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Thanksgiving

Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, American gather for a day of feasting, football and family. While today’s Thanksgiving celebration would be likely be unrecognizable to attendees of the original 1621 harvest meal, it continues to be a day for Americans to come together around the table — albeit with some updates to…

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Consumer Alert: Medicare recipients can keep Medigap Plans C and F

Missouri Department of Insurance remind seniors they can use free counseling through CLAIM to avoid misinformation.  Jefferson City, MO – The Missouri Department of Insurance wants to remind Medicare recipients they can keep a Medigap Plan C or F if they have one. Event though congressional changes to the Medicare Access CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA)…

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Many eligible for ObamaCare subsidies not claiming them, study finds

Most of those eligible for health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act failing to claim them, according to a new study. Researchers with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Urban Institute estimated that more than 24 million people were eligible for ObamaCare tax credits last year. By March, only 41 percent of them…

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