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INSURERS LINK STEEP LOSSES TO HEALTH CARE OVERHAUL

 05-19-2014

Higher premiums likely to offset costs… (Boston Globe, 5/16/2014) Continue reading ->

STATE TO STOP HEALTH WEBSITE

 05-06-2014

Next steps have uncertainties for users, insurers (Boston casino online Globe, 5/6/2014).  Continue reading –>

50,000 filings for health coverage in limbo

 02-14-2014

About 50,000 health insurance applications, many filed by low-
income Massachusetts residents, have yet to be processed by the state’s troubled insurance marketplace, officials disclosed Thursday, and it may take months to get all these people enrolled in subsidized plans.

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Penalty delayed again on employers in health law

 02-11-2014

Wahington – Angling to avoid political peril, the Obama administration Monday granted employers another delay in a heavily criticized requirement that medium-to-larger firms cover their workers or face fines…..companies with 50 to 99 employees will have an additional year to comply with the coverage requirement, until Jan. 1, 2016.

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Some who sought health insurance remain uninsured

 01-31-2014

Hannah Orestis has no health coverage, despite her best efforts. The 27-year-old nurse from Marlborough selected a plan that was supposed to start in January through the Massachusetts Health Connector Authority, which runs the state’s insurance marketplace. She mailed a check Dec. 24, but it was never cashed.

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State falls short on health insurance sign-ups

 01-15-2014

State falls short on health insurance sign-ups, mobile casino Sputtering website has snarled process…   to read more click HERE

More older Americans sign up for health care

 01-14-2014

Young are needed to keep casino spiele premiums from climbing… to read more click here.

Mass. brings on team to review health website woes

 01-10-2014

Massachusetts Health Connector said Thursday that it's unable to rely on the new online system for end-to-end enrollment activities ….

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