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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced Tuesday that coverage will be extended for the tens of thousands of people enrolled in high-risk insurance pools due to a history of serious illness and disease.
Government officials confirmed yesterday that of the more than 2 million people who’ve signed up for an insurance plan on the Obamacare website, the majority are middle-aged adults looking for subsidies – not young adults, like the White House administration wanted to enroll in order to keep the cost of coverage down for everyone.
Working while being a parent is hard enough without the added expenses of an autistic child at home, his or her therapies, doctor visits and problems with finding the proper day care that could be countered with the existence of autism-specific health insurance. Certain companies have now joined hands with parents like you who require the extra funding.
Now that the Obama website is back up and at least working better for some people, it’s important to know about the hidden costs of health insurance if you’re planning to shop for a plan at the online marketplace at HealthCare.gov.
As President Obama prepares Tuesday to once again start promoting his health insurance program and the problem-plagued website at HealthCare.gov, the federal agency operating the site continued its refusal Monday to answer questions about how many Americans have enrolled in Obamacare.
Vermont has become the first state in the U.S. to approve a single payer health care system after the disastrous launch of the problem-plagued HealthCare.gov website and the GOP’s efforts to get rid of the Affordable Care Act.