Category: Health Insurance Exchange

Graduating From College? Health Insurance Should be on Your Mind

May 14th, 2014
With graduation day looming closer and closer, students may have a number of things on their minds. Do I have a job? Will I have to move back home? Does this gown go with my skin tone (ok, not everyone might be concerned about this)? What may not be at… more »

Millions of Americans Receive Extra Enrollment Time

April 9th, 2014
While March 31 was the deadline to sign up for tax-payer subsidized health coverage, millions of Americans could get extra time to enroll. Special Enrollment Periods The Department of Health and Human Services posted information on its site that outli… more »

Young Invincibles are Target Group for March 31st Deadline

March 5th, 2014
With only a few weeks left to enroll for healthcare on the state and federal exchanges, health insurance advocates are working hard to enroll millennials. Young Invincibles and the Health Insurance Deadline After March 31st people will not be able to… more »

Online Marketplaces Open to Mixed Reviews

October 16th, 2013
Online marketplaces, also known as health insurance exchanges, opened for business on Tuesday, October 1st. Technical Difficulties More than 2.8 million visitors came to, the federal site that runs more than 30 online exchanges, the fir… more »

Can Navigators Play a Real Role in Exchanges?

September 25th, 2013
Navigators are supposed to be educating and enrolling 16 million uninsured Americans in either Medicaid or private insurance plans come October. Yet with so much debate about the role of Navigators, can they actually do their job? The Job of the Naviga… more »