Monthly Archives: September 2013

SHOP exchange enrollment delayed






We’ve said all along that the individual exchange would be popular and the SHOP exchange would crash and burn. Today we got even more evidence of that – the online enrollment for the SHOP exchange has been delayed until “sometime … Continue reading






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Examples of Subsidized Premiums in the Exchange






A lot has been written lately about the premiums individuals can expect to pay for plans purchased in the new individual marketplaces being created by HHS and a number of states. Set to go live October 1st, the marketplace has … Continue reading






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New Article: what consumers need to know about exchanges






Brokers have a pretty good understanding about the new individual marketplace, but consumers certainly don’t. And they’re going to be flooded with info in the next few days, not just from brokers but from the media as well. Some reports … Continue reading






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COBRA participants – another lead source for brokers






In a recent Kaiser Health News article, produced in collaboration with the Chicago Tribune, staff writer Jay Hancock reports that employers could save billions of dollars next year by shifting COBRA participants to the new guaranteed-issue individual policies in the … Continue reading






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