- Covered California Announces Plans and Rates for 2014
- ”Covered California” website – is HERE!! The 2014 exchange can now be viewed!! check it out below!!
- Calif. Health Exchange Board Outlines Agenda Prior to 2014 Launch Read more…
- California’s Health Exchange Granted Conditional Approval..read more…
- How Wal-Mart May Have Just Changed the Game on Health Care…A pretty neat read…
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Many non elderly Women Have Limited Incomes One-third (34%) of non elderly women in California were low income in 2007, with family incomes below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL).1 Among the women in this group, 17% had family … Continue reading
Health Care has changed a lot in the past 13 years. With premiums rising nearly 131% for a family of four since 1999, it’s hard to say when coverage will become more affordable. It is America’s hope that health care … Continue reading
Study: Millions of Small Businesses Not Claiming Reform Law Tax Credits – read the pdf and get educated!!
Get Educated. Millions of small businesses have not taken advantage of a tax credit under the federal health reform law to help provide health coverage to employees,according to a new study released by Families USA and the Small Business Majority. … Continue reading
California ranked among the lowest in the nation for per-capita health spending in 2009. Still, the total was $230 billion. See more: Health spending represents a significant share of California’s economy, but the amount spent ranks among the lowest in … Continue reading
Insurer Health Net has expanded its low-cost HMO SmartCare into Orange County one year after it launched the plan in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego counties. The plan provides a 25% discount on premiums compared with a full … Continue reading
Starting this week one million Californians will pay hundreds of millions of dollars more for their health insurance. It’s a plot right out of Groundhog Day, only it happens every Spring, Winter, Summer and Fall. Health insurance rates in California … Continue reading
The nation’s rising rate of obesity has been well-chronicled. But businesses, governments and individuals are only now coming to grips with the costs of those extra pounds, many of which are even greater than believed only a few years ago: … Continue reading