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ACA open enrollment, Act II

Posted by Robert Meyers on Wed, Dec 03, 2014 @ 13:12 PM

November 15 marked the launch of the second open enrollment period for health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). After months of fixing glitches and replacing some key management figures, the federal government is promising a much smoother experience for enrollees this time around.

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Tags: Affordable Care Act update, aca, health insurance, group health insurance, COBRAGuard blog

Substandard Health Insurance Hits Workplaces, Thanks to Bad Calculator

Posted by Employer Services on Wed, Sep 24, 2014 @ 10:09 AM

Remember why the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exists? One of its basic goals was to define a minimum standard for the benefits consumers receive when they sign up for health insurance. The intent is good, but it turns out there’s a problem. The online calculator that employers can use to determine if their plans meet ACA standards apparently has a glitch.

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Tags: benefits administration, affordable care act, health insurance

What does the PPACA verdict mean for insurers and employers?

Posted by Robert Meyers on Tue, Jul 10, 2012 @ 15:07 PM

With the Supreme Court’s decision on the new healthcare law in place, employers and insurance providers are taking a closer look at what’s ahead in the coming months and years. One thing that’s certain is that both groups will have to adjust to the new landscape to survive.

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Tags: ppaca, healthcare reform, health insurance

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