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With Healthcare.gov, phones finally begin ringing at small insurers

Dec 11, 2013
Many small insurers expected a bonanza of new customers when Healthcare.gov began on Oct. 1, but the website's problems made the first weeks very quiet for them.
Posted In: Health, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, health insurers
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Britain gets tough with health tourists

Nov 15, 2013
Britain's National Health Service offers free treatment at the point of service. The government says many foreigners are abusing the system and now need to pay up for the services they receive.
Posted In: nhs, United Kingdom (U.K.), medical tourism
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Fixing Healthcare.gov could open the door to more problems

Nov 8, 2013
Expert says the current woes of the Affordable Care Act's website are just the beginning.
Posted In: ACA, Affordable Care Act, health care, Obamacare, online exchanges, glitches
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Now small businesses are receiving health insurance cancellation notices

Nov 7, 2013
A dental practice in Phoenix learns it's losing its health-insurance policy for the two dentists and 13 employees.
Posted In: ACA, Affordable Care Act, health care, Small Business
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Delaying Obamacare: How do insurers feel?

Oct 28, 2013
Even some Democrats are saying the sign-up period for the Affordable Healthcare Act should be extended.
Posted In: insurance companies, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare
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Giving the health care exchanges a check-up

Oct 11, 2013
Two weeks in, what's the status of the state and federal insurance exchanges?
Posted In: health care exchanges
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Hollywood writes a new storyline for Obamacare

Oct 10, 2013
Hollywood Health and Society, part of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center, has created a health care-information pipeline straight to the entertainment industry
Posted In: hollywood, Affordable Care Act, tv
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Insurers look for workarounds to the Affordable Care Act

Oct 8, 2013
The health care exchanges are still a technical mess, and some insurers are beefing up their own sites to help people get started.
Posted In: Obamacare, insurance companies, health care exchanges
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Australians ahead of the curve when it comes to moving health care to the digital world

Oct 3, 2013
In Australia, digital medical records and other health care technologies have been in place for years.
Posted In: ACA, health care, Obamacare, health exchanges, digital medical records, Australia, World Health Organization
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Are the health exchanges accessible to those in the Latino community?

Oct 3, 2013
The online health care exchange plans are getting special attention in the Latino community.
Posted In: health care, ACA, Obamacare, health exchanges

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With Healthcare.gov, phones finally begin ringing at small insurers

Dec 11, 2013
Many small insurers expected a bonanza of new customers when Healthcare.gov began on Oct. 1, but the website's problems made the first weeks very quiet for them.
Posted In: Health, ACA, Affordable Care Act, Obamacare, health insurers
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Britain gets tough with health tourists

Nov 15, 2013
Britain's National Health Service offers free treatment at the point of service. The government says many foreigners are abusing the system and now need to pay up for the services they receive.
Posted In: nhs, United Kingdom (U.K.), medical tourism

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