January 2014 Archives

Feedback? Questions?

Katie Carpenter
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Do you have feedback on the Getting Covered guide that you'd like to share with us?  Do you have a question about the Affordable Care Act that we didn't address here?  Please email us at TransformingHealth@witf.org and we will do our best to help you find the answer you need.

An employer with employees working in more than one state has 2 options:

  1. Cover all employees from the state in which the employer has its main place of business
  2. Cover the employees in each state through the SHOP in each state, using the primary business address in that state

source: HealthCare.gov

If you did not have insurance until now, what does having access to insurance mean to you?


”This means I can make an appointment to see my doctor without thinking that some terrible illness or injury will sideline my finances. I can start riding my bicycle more and not feel that I'll be a drain on society if I get hit by a car.”

David; Climbing Gym Instructor; Philadelphia, PA Via The Public Insight Network

Susan

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"Had an individual plan after my COBRA ran out 5/12. Had to take money out of a retirement account to pay for the individual plan. The marketplace plan will cost me about $300 LESS per month in premiums while offering the same coverage or better than my old individual plan. This is without any subsidy. They say I make too much money. Why don't I feel rich?"

-Susan B. from Hershey, PA 

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