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Blogging: How To Shop For Health Insurance

No one ever plans to become ill, get injured at work, or wake up to a child with an ailment. However, because these events occur at untimely moments, offering health insurance for your employees is crucial. 392 more words


Health Insurance is a Scam

I got this letter in the mail from my dental insurance today. I just got dental insurance at the start of this year. I actually had it last year, too, but that was provided by the government of Massachusetts. 395 more words


Health Insurance: Individual Right or Individual Privilege?

The conversation of health insurance in America in the past six years has caused controversy, division, and confusion in the majority of America homes. The national debate was made to our attention by a President who was unwilling to watch as people in low income areas were “denied” access to health insurance based on age, previous claims, or income.  687 more words

Study reveals Obamacare users no sicker than those on commercial exchanges

Newly published data reviewed by Reuters reveals that contrary to popular belief, Obamacare enrollees do not cost U.S. health insurers more than those with employer-sponsored insurance. 278 more words

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Indiana Medicaid plan sparks discussion, though key Fla. leaders remain opposed

ORLANDO — The “landscape may be changing” on expanding Medicaid in light of the federal government’s approval of a plan by a conservative governor in Indiana, a Florida legislative committee chairman said at an insurance summit today. 201 more words


Top 5 Posts on the OneExchange Blog for 2014

It’s a brand new year, but before we’re too deep into 2015, let’s look back at the posts that attracted the most readers last year. With topics ranging from wellness to private exchanges to the primary care physician shortage, here are the most popular OneExchange blog posts from 2014: 439 more words

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Contact Us to Learn More About Our Special Rates for New Jersey Teachers

As a teacher you put in really long days working hard to make sure that the youth in New Jersey have the education they need for a successful future. 233 more words