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August 9, 2023 - Most states have begun disenrolling people who no longer qualify for Medicaid, and millions of people are expected to lose health coverage in the coming months. has released several ...
June 21, 2023 - Policy analysts for and are reminding consumers to know the limits of their health coverage in case of an illness or accident while traveling.
May 31, 2023 - When it comes to health insurance for college students and recent graduates, coverage options may include staying on parent's plan, an ACA Marketplace plan, coverage through a college or employer-sponsored ...
May 4, 2023 - Some of the health coverage and cost savings put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic are coming to an end. and are letting consumers know what changes to ...
March 6, 2023 - With a wave of corporate layoffs across the country, is offering several tips to help consumers stay insured if they lose their employer-sponsored coverage.
January 19, 2023 - For the first time in nearly three years, states will resume Medicaid eligibility redeterminations and disenrollments, a move expected to result in up to 15 million people losing Medicaid and ...
January 6, 2023 - Today, offered tips to simplify the health insurance enrollment process and explained the risks of delaying – or skipping – ACA open enrollment.
December 6, 2022 - Today reminded consumers that in most states, the open enrollment deadline for purchasing ACA-compliant health insurance is Dec. 15 if they need their coverage to be in effect on ...
November 22, 2022 - Minneapolis, MN – released a statement today in response to the latest enrollment figures from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Nearly 3.4 million Americans have enrolled or ...
November 9, 2022 - South Dakota voters have approved Amendment D, allowing the state to join Washington, DC and 38 states that have already expanded Medicaid, including six that have done so using similar ...

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August 22, 2023 - Since late 2018, short-term health plans in many states have been able to last much longer than previously allowed. But the Biden administration has proposed a rule change that calls ...
July 18, 2023 - Friday Health Plans, which offers coverage in five states, is winding down its business operations. And in at least four of those states, thousands of enrollees need to select new ...
July 5, 2023 - If you’re among the millions of Americans notified about potentially losing Medicaid eligibility in 2023 and 2024, learn how to avoid becoming uninsured.
February 1, 2023 - Learn how individual health insurance plans cover women's healthcare services, including maternity, contraception and abortion.
April 7, 2023 - Learn how dental insurance works, typical costs of dental coverage and where you can shop for individual and family dental plans – embedded or stand-alone. Get a free dental quote.
January 10, 2023 - In more than half the states, ACA-compliant health insurance plans are not allowed to cover abortions except for circumstances involving rape, incest, or the mother's life being in danger.
April 26, 2022 - When the public health emergency ends, states will begin disenrolling millions from their Medicaid rolls. If you have Medicaid, here's why you shouldn't panic. in the news