The effective date is the date your insurance coverage commences.
An electronic health record is a long-term aggregate of a patient's health information and may be a record of a… Read more
An electronic medical record is a record of patient health maintained by the patient's physician as a record of that… Read more
In a health plan with an embedded deductible, no single individual on a family plan will have to pay a… Read more
The Affordable Care Act requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide health coverage to those employees and sets… Read more
Since 2015, employers with at least 50 full-time equivalent employees have been required to offer affordable, minimum essential coverage to… Read more
This ACA provision took effect in 2015 and applies ONLY to employers with at least 50 full-time equivalent employees.
Employer tax credits – or Small Business Health Care Tax Credits – provide a tax credit of up to 50… Read more
Of Americans who have health coverage, nearly 60 percent secure that coverage through an employer-sponsored plan, often called group health… Read more
Employer-sponsored health plans currently provide some level of health coverage for approximately 160 million Americans. Employer-sponsored health plans are more… Read more
Beginning in 2014, under the Affordable Care Act, all health insurance policies sold in state health insurance exchanges and off exchange must cover… Read more
Beginning in 2014, under the Affordable Care Act, all health insurance policies sold in state health insurance exchanges must cover… Read more
A health insurance exchange mechanism is a key provision of the Affordable Care Act, established to provide a selection of… Read more
An exclusion is a provision within a health insurance policy that eliminates coverage for certain acts, property, types of damage… Read more
An explanation of benefits is the insurance company's written explanation regarding a claim, showing what they paid and what the… Read more