With the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans closing to new enrollment, the question is fast becoming “So where do Americans with pre-existing conditions go now?”:
The 53-year-old owner of Prima Music, which sells educational music books to customers around the world, ardently opposes big government. But, he said, there’s a problem when insurance companies won’t insure . . . → Read More: So Where Do Americans With Pre-Existing Conditions Go Now?
Reminder: if you have a pre-existing condition and are thinking of joining one of the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs), you must act now!. The PCIP program is running out of money and enrollment is closing Saturday!
The thousands who have already enrolled will not be affected by the closing, but Obama Administration officials announced . . . → Read More: Reminder: Enrollment in Pre-Existing Condition Pools (PCIPs) Closes Saturday
Bad news if you have a pre-existing condition and are thinking of joining one of the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs). The PCIP program is running out of money and enrollment will be closing much sooner than we had hoped.
ens of thousands of Americans who can’t get health insurance due to pre-existing . . . → Read More: Enrollment in Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plans to Close
Bad news for those of us in the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Pools:
The Obama administration has increased costs for about 38,000 people enrolled in high-risk insurance pools run under the federal health law to prevent the program from running out of money.
The pools, which started in 2010, will expire at the end of the . . . → Read More: Feds Raise Costs for PCIP High-Risk Pool Members
Reminder: Now that the election is settled, don’t forget that this means that the Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs) are here to stay until 2014. The PCIPs were one of the most-hyped elements of President Obama’s healthcare reform and promised the possibility of health insurance for Americans with pre-existing conditions who previously had not been . . . → Read More: Reminder: PCIPs Here to Stay Until 2014
Really sad story about cancer patient Leslie Elder who passed away recently:
“I honestly don’t know how much more I can endure,” Elder wrote earlier this year in a Facebook message to her friend Liz Jacobs. “I am fighting for (Medicaid) and disability. I can’t work I sit in bed I cry a lot. I . . . → Read More: Do You Know Your Health Insurance Options?
The American Dream may be to work for yourself at your own business, but sadly, pre-existing conditions drive many to work corporate jobs for affordable health insurance:
Are pre-existing conditions keeping you in a corporate job? Tell us about it in our discussion forum!
. . . → Read More: Are Pre-Existing Conditions Keeping You “Working For the Man”?
How many Americans are pulling together a mish-mash of different health insurance plans in order to be able to cover all the members of their family? We may be used to the idea of the American family being covered all under a single health insurance plan, but we’re hearing more and more stories like that . . . → Read More: How Many Different Health Insurance Plans Is Your Family On?
So how do most folks with pre-existing conditions feel about the Obamacare ruling? See for yourself:
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Do you have a pre-existing condition? Tell us about it in our health care reform forum!
Yup, we’re still waiting for the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. In the meantime, we’ll point you to the profile of yet another American waiting to hear on the decision:
As a person with a lot to lose, Deborah Sferlazza anxiously awaits a ruling expected this week from the U.S. Supreme Court . . . → Read More: So Who Else Is Waiting on the Supreme Court Decision?