Posts Tagged ‘short-term health insurance’

Short-term Health Plan Duration Substantially Increased

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Following President Trump’s 2017 Executive Order that instructed the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and the Treasury to consider revisions to existing policies for short-term health insurance, a newly proposed rule promises to change the maximum coverage duration.

Currently, the maximum duration for short-term health insurance plans is for periods less than three months. The new proposal would increase the maximum duration for this temporary coverage to periods of less than 12 months, allowing more time to transition to a standard health care plan or an alternative health care solution. read more

What You Need to Know About the New Health Insurance Special Enrollment Period

Thursday, March 26th, 2015
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Just days after the Annual Open Enrollment concluded on February 15, the federal Government decided to allow state exchanges to enable its residents to enroll in a health insurance plan during a special enrollment period. The purpose behind this period is to allow consumers to avoid the hefty tax penalties you can get hit with for not having health insurance.

Colorado’s exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, decided not to offer another special enrollment period to Coloradans. So where does this leave you and your family, if you are still not covered? read more

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