Posts Tagged ‘Affordable Care Act’

Healthcare Enrollment Freedom Weekend

Today is World Freedom Day. It marks the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. We couldn’t think of of better way than putting our Veteran to work by helping our neighbors enroll in healthcare. Representative Kim Schrier is scheduled to stop in to visit the Enrollment Center. Our Healthcare is the number…

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6th Annual Open Enrollment Healthcare Fair

What: 6th Annual Open Enrollment Healthcare Fair Who: Suzie Health Solutions is hosting the 6th Annual Open Enrollment Fair. They are the Washington Healthplan Finder’s Full Service Enrollment Center for Central Washington. They answer questions and can assist in recommendations without charging a fee. There will be Healthcare providers and venders answering questions about their…

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Healthcare Open Enrollment

It is Open Enrollment for Healthcare. Healthcare can be complicated. The Washington Healthplanfinder has picked Suzie Health Solutions to be the Full Service Enrollment Center for North Central Washington. This means that they have an office, answering questions and assisting people enroll in healthcare with no additional fees. It means maximum service for minimal cost.

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Wash. Medicaid Coverage No Longer Terminated for Individuals Entering Prison

Last week the state’s Health Care Authority announced it will suspend – rather than terminate – Medicaid coverage for individuals while they are in jail or prison. Previously, individuals entering correctional institutions had their Apple Health coverage (Washington’s Medicaid program) terminated. Under Senate Bill 6430, signed into law last year, health care coverage is suspended,…

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New Study Says Proposed Medicaid Cuts Would Hurt Rural Washingtonians

Budget negotiations aren’t just underway in Olympia, but our nation’s capital as well. The Trump-supported rollback of the Affordable Care Act would reduce federal money that 31 states have relied on to extend Medicaid coverage. And Medicaid spending would fall from 2 percent of the economy to 1.7 percent in 2027 due to the reductions…

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Inslee, Kreidler Speak Out Against GOP Health Care Plan

The Republican health care plan released last week means less money for states and gives them a tough choice. They can either find cash to make up the difference or let coverage lapse for millions of lower-income Americans. Washington is one of the few states to produce some firm numbers on the plan proposed by…

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Sign Ups Jump for Wash. Health Exchange Before Deadline

The Washington Health Benefit Exchange has seen a vigorous increase in the number of residents who have signed up for insurance coverage through the Washington Healthplanfinder web site, said their spokesperson Ben Spradling. The addition of dental plans through the exchange has already proven quite popular with consumers, with 22,000 Washingtonians signing up thus far,…

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Wash. Health Insurance Enrollment Opens Tomorrow

The latest health insurance enrollment period starts tomorrow, with about 100 plans offered in the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. The Obama administration confirmed premiums will go up sharply next year for health insurance sold to millions of consumers through the federal HealthCare.gov. Here in Washington, state officials say health insurance rate increases on the state…

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