Monday is the deadline to pick a plan on the federal health exchange, if you want your coverage to start January 1st. Most insurance companies are extending the deadline to pay for that coverage…until January 10th.
Meanwhile healthcare groups in the Northwoods are seeing an uptick in the number of people asking for help signing up via the exchange.
Myra Kubesh is a certified application assistant at Langlade Hospital. She says many people have questions about whether they qualify for a subsidy...and what kinds of coverage different plans offer.
It’s launch day for Wisconsin’s health exchange. Individuals will be able to compare and shop for health insurance plans online. One of the many questions raised by changes to the health care system…is what will happen to private insurance agents…now that people have easy access to purchase insurance directly. WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski sat down called up private insurance agent Brian Diel, and found out he’s not too worried.
State officials visited Rhinelander today to answer questions about the Affordable Care Act.
About 30 people gathered in the conference room of the public safety complex in hopes of clearing up often-hazy understandings of changes to come. One of those people was Mike Barnes, who says he and his wife purchase their own insurance.
Northwoods residents looking to buy health insurance will have options when it comes to choosing a plan on the health marketplace. That’s according to a report from progressive advocacy group Citizen Action of Wisconsin.