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Strategies to keep your consumers informed through ACA changes   While the new President has begun to execute on his other campaign promises, future state...

Last week was a busy week for the Supreme Court, which upheld the subsidy provision of the Affordable Care Act in King v. Burwell,...

Open enrollment is almost over... so how did it go for you? This year, open enrollment brought a whole new set of obstacles, as...

Research has shown many consumers feel confused, worried and helpless when looking for health insurance, citing bad experiences with insurance costs, coverage and fine...

3… 2… 1… ready or not, here it comes! Open Enrollment is fast approaching, and insurers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona...

Several Super Bowls ago, the Freakonomics blog debunked the old adage “defense wins championships.” Likewise in the new world of the...

While the Affordable Care Act’s first open enrollment period is ending on March 31, the Medicaid expansion portion of the law for low-income families...

From computer glitches, to shifting deadlines, to the extension of existing policies, the journey from the launch of HealthCare.gov on October 1, 2013 to...

The healthcare story of 2013 was that of the Affordable Care Act, dominating the news with everything from carefully researched think pieces to inflammatory...

A week after President Obama’s announcement that insurance companies can continue to offer existing non-ACA-compliant plans (set to expire at the end of 2013)...