Pence Announces HIP 2.0

Today, I announced that the State of Indiana has received approval from the federal government to use an updated version of the consumer-driven Healthy Indiana Plan known as HIP 2.0 instead of Medicaid to offer access to quality health care to 350,000 uninsured Hoosiers. The Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) will begin taking applications immediately, and coverage will begin February 1.

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The High Cost of Health Care: What’s Driving it and What Brokers can Do About It.

NAHU EDUCATION FOUNDATION PRESENTS A 10 PART SERIES

nahuedA new webinar series offered by the NAHU Education Foundation will help brokers better understand the new healthcare landscape and how to make these changes work for your clients. Learn about the latest trends and practices from national experts in this FREE, 10-part series covering the latest developments in healthcare delivery, payment and transparency. Helping your clients get more value for their healthcare dollars will be a major theme during these informative training sessions.

Be a trusted advisor and problem solver, by doing more than just staying on top of the latest trends. Get ahead of them and help drive the conversation for higher-value healthcare among employers and insurers.

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Dissecting Obamacare

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Dissecting Obamacare

StahlWith the passage of the Affordable Care Act, everyone with a stake in the $3-trillion-a-year health industry came out ahead — except the taxpayers, says author Steven Brill.

This month marks one year since health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act began, and from the president’s point of view: so far, so good. More than 10 million Americans who didn’t have health insurance before have signed up. But congressional Republicans are gunning for Obamacare. Even if they can’t outright repeal it, they want an overhaul……

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Small Biz Health Care: Open Enrollment For Small Businesses | OPEN Forum

November 09, 2014

November 15 is the start of open enrollment for companies with 50 or fewer employees. Unfortunately, the website for the online marketplace has been problematic. So, what should small business owners expect once the enrollment period begins? Mark Gaunya with Borislow Insurance and Michael Stahl with HealthMarkets tell us.

Small Biz Health Care: Open Enrollment For Small Businesses | OPEN Forum.