Posts Tagged ‘HSA’

House Bills to Expand HSAs

Friday, August 31st, 2018

In what many advisers call an overdue victory for America’s working class, the House Ways and Means Committee passed 11 bills to House in July that accomplish a myriad of goals. Aimed at providing Americans with an assortment of affordable health care options, each bill focuses on streamlining and increasing access to consumer-directed plans tied to standard Health Savings Accounts.

Although the Republican-led House can muster enough votes to push all 11 bills into Senate, a Democratic filibuster may stall further progression, though the expectation is that they’ll pass early next year. read more

Health Care Reform Brings Changes to Your HSA in 2014

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013
Changes Ahead

When it comes to the flood of information pouring in about how the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or Obamacare) is changing the face of health insurance, it seems like there are more questions than answers. It often seems the answers do not make sense, or are subject to change based on any number of factors. It is no wonder so many people are more confused and angry about the issue of health insurance than ever. read more

Coloradans, Concierge Medicine and HSAs: A Winning Combination!

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
Concierge Medicine

Many people have heard that concierge medicine is the newest trend in health care, and are interested in how it works and whether it can be cost-effective to use the services of a concierge provider. For those of you who own an HSA, you may find that concierge medicine paired with an HSA is the perfect combination.

What Is Concierge Medicine?

Concierge medicine (also called direct care or boutique medicine) is a type of medical care where, in exchange for an annual fee, the providing physician offers more personalized services. read more

ColoHealth Offers Colorado Residents an Alternative to the State Exchange

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

ColoHealth has announced that Colorado health insurance consumers have a simpler, more comprehensive resource for purchasing or renewing health insurance plans than the state exchange.

Colorado’s health insurance exchange has begun open enrollment. Many Coloradans are frustrated and unaware of other options when it comes to health care shopping.

“After their experience with the exchange, many Coloradans are asking themselves, ‘Is that all there is?’” says ColoHealth president Wiley Long. “Most people think they only have the exchange as a place to get their qualified health plans under Obamacare. read more

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