Category: Individual and Family Coverage

Employer-Based Coverage: Where is My Crystal Ball?

A rumble of conversation seems to be growing around the topic of employer-based health insurance. Not that there is agreement among the conversers, but surely the Affordable Care Act is having an impact on the employer group markets – large and small? Let’s see how the following influences your thoughts on the subject: By the numbers – A study called “Why Not Just Eliminate the Employer Mandate?” was recently published by the Urban Institute. One of its conclusions about the employer mandate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is that it won’t be very helpful in increasing overall insurance coverage…
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CHIP On or Off the Block?

Federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Programs (CHIP) will dry up September 2015 unless Congress appropriates funds to continue the popular health care program for kids. Administered by the states with a generous match rate, state and federal CHIP funding combined cover about 8 million children nationwide. In Florida, 287,000 children are covered through a multi-program, multi-agency program known as Florida KidCare, the cognomen for the state’s CHIP program. A bill was filed recently by Senator Rockefeller that would extend federal funding for CHIP until 2019. With implementation of the Affordable Care Act, will federal funding continue and are…
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