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Obamacare vs. Medicare

Our seniors have indeed earned the right to Medicare coverage through a lifetime of hard work. This sector of medical care is already a controlled and subsidized program, and anyone enrolled in Medicare is not considered to be among the “uninsured.” Therefore, there is no need for seniors to enroll in the Health Insurance Marketplace or seek other forms of …

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Health Care: Lost Coverage, Pre-Existing Conditions and Exclusions

Lost Coverage It’s human nature. Negative news tends to get our attention a whole lot quicker than warm, fuzzy, feel-good news. And, there’s a lot of negative news out there about Obamacare. Not a day goes by that we don’t get a call that starts off with, “I’m losing my coverage,” or “I heard my friend is being dropped. Am …

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Healthcare Myths, Realities, and Consequences

Myths There is a lot of information and discussion “out there” about the new health care law. Some of it is good. Some of it is very confusing. Conflicting messages, inaccuracies, negativity and hearsay have led to many misconceptions. We regularly hear things like: Health insurance plans must be purchased through the Marketplace. This is false. Individuals and business owners can …

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Navigating the New Health Care Landscape

The only constant is change, and that is especially true as it relates to our health care system. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided another option for most Americans, but it can be complicated and difficult to understand. We’re here to make sure you have the facts and get the answers you need. The first thing you need to …

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