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Affordable Health Insurance

Many families and individuals across the nation are in search of finding affordable health insurance. However, as the cost of the medical insurance keeps rising medical coverage is less affordable year by year. This section covers news and research about where the health insurance is affordable and what the government or private companies are doing with health care reform.

Viewers Look For Affordable Health Care At Democratic Debate

Many families and individuals will be expecting the candidates to address how to make affordable health insurance accessible and provide affordable health care in USA during tonight's Democratic debate in Philadelphia before next week's Pennsylvania primaries.

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Affordable Health Insurance Is Less Accessible For Expensive Drug Users

Health insurance companies are requiring co-payments for expensive drugs for those with serious diseases, and this practice is spreading fast making affordable health insurance less accessible.

Patients suffering from serious diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, hemophilia, hepatitis C, and some cancers, are facing a situation to huge amount of money for expensive medications to treat diseases.

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Framework Health Insurance Plan For Part-time Workers

The Fringe Benefit Group, an industry leader in group benefit health insurance plans designed specifically for hourly and part-time workers, announced it has launched a branding campaign to support the new name of its limited medical insurance policy, the Framework Health Plan.

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Employers Allowed To Reduce Health Care Benefits For Medicare-Eligible Retirees

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a legal challenge brought by AARP concerning an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruling that employers can reduce benefits for retirees who reach age 65 and become eligible for Medicare, the AP/Philadelphia Inquirer reports (AP/Philadelphia Inquirer, 3/25).

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