Are High-Deductible Plans The Way To Go?

Are High-Deductible Plans The Way To Go?

October 4, 2016 It should come as no surprise that as individuals obtain healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, the greatest concern is cost. From individual plans to employer-sponsored plans, individuals want the Read More
ACA Drops Nation’s Uninsured Rate To Record Low

ACA Drops Nation’s Uninsured Rate To Record Low

September 29, 2016 The number of uninsured Americans is now at record low thanks to the Affordable Care Act. In a study conducted by the National Health Interview Survey over the first three Read More
1 in 5 Americans Struggle With Medical Bills

1 in 5 Americans Struggle With Medical Bills

December 31, 2015 One in five (20%) working-age Americans with health insurance say problems paying medical bills often force them to work longer hours, take a second job, spend less on food, use Read More
Medical Expenses a Burden for Low-Income Insureds

Medical Expenses a Burden for Low-Income Insureds

December 24, 2015 The combined costs of premiums, deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses can exceed 20% of household income for some low-income individuals who purchase health insurance through an Affordable Care Act exchange, a Read More
Five Facts about Deductibles

Five Facts about Deductibles

November 20, 2015 Consumers who shop for coverage at HealthCare. gov have a variety of plans from which to choose, allowing them to find a plan that meets their health needs and budget. Read More
Employer Premiums Up 4%, Deductibles Rising Faster

Employer Premiums Up 4%, Deductibles Rising Faster

September 23, 2015 Premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance rose an average of 4% this year, continuing a decade-long period of moderate growth, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. But the size of deductibles paid Read More