Most of the folks we met on the tour were unaware that nearly 6 in 10 people who don’t have health coverage and are eligible for coverage through the new marketplaces can find coverage for $100 or less per month. For instance, a 27-year-old who earns $25,000 annually in the Orlando area can find a Bronze plan that costs $102 per month – or a Silver plan for $145 per month – once tax credits are factored in. A family of four earning $50,000 a year can find a Bronze plan that costs $126 per month after tax credits.
March 2, 2014
One recent nationally televised news report offers a perfect illustration of media coverage that is giving viewers at best an incomplete look at the effects of health reform on small businesses. A closer look at the coverage reveals that what’s happening is NOT an indictment of health reform.
February 25, 2014
How do we love health wonkery? It’s our week to host Health Wonk Review – and it’s the annual Valentine’s Day edition – so it’s perfect opportunity for us to count the ways and “show the love” to the health wonks out there who lovingly craft hard-hitting health care analysis week after week.
February 13, 2014