Tagged With "Affordable Care Act"

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Understanding Health Care Changes for 2018

AAFA Community Services ·
Health care reform has been a big topic in the news during the past few months. With so much news on the topic, it can get confusing, especially during the federal Health Insurance Marketplace’s open enrollment. Here are some things to know about health care for 2018.
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AAFA Action Alert: Protect Your Health and Keep Access to Health Insurance

AAFA Community Services ·
Congress is rushing to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without a plan in place to ensure Americans will continue to have access to the insurance they need to stay healthy. Learn how to take action.
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Act Now to Help Save Health Care Protections for Those With Asthma and Allergies

AAFA Community Services ·
On Sept. 13, 2017, Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) introduced a new bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The ACA includes protections for those with pre-existing conditions. Their goal is to vote on the repeal before Sept. 30, 2017. This bill, commonly called the Graham-Cassidy bill, could cause millions of Americans to lose health insurance. If passed, health insurance could become unaffordable for people with chronic conditions and low incomes.
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Re: Act Now to Help Save Health Care Protections for Those With Asthma and Allergies

AAFA Community Services ·
Patients were heard! The Graham-Cassidy bill is defeated. Pre-existing conditions, lifetime caps and other protections for patients are protected. Thank you to all of our advocates for sharing your stories and taking action. We hope the next step to improving our health care system puts patients’ needs front and center and that our leadership listens and fixes the items that are still barriers to care.
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Health Insurance Marketplace Guide for Asthma and Allergies for 2019

AAFA Community Services ·
If you have asthma or allergies, it is important to have health insurance. Medicine, lab tests, lung function tests and visits to see a specialist all add up. What do you need to know about your insurance options during open enrollment this year?
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Understanding Health Care Changes for 2019

AAFA Community Services ·
Health care reform has been a big topic in the news for a while now. With so much news on the topic, it can get confusing, especially during the federal Health Insurance Marketplace’s (Healthcare.gov) open enrollment. Here are some things to know about health care for 2019.
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Re: AAFA Action Alert: Protect Your Health and Keep Access to Health Insurance

GigiGibson ·
So, if I fill out the form you send in a request to keep the AFA for me, with my information? No way! I didn't know the AAFA was a liberal site. I thought you were a neutral non-profit. I know more working people now without insurance because of the AFA. I now pay $1323.00 a month in premiums for a family of three. I used to pay half that. I personally hope and pray we find a better plan than the AFA. It's driving costs up and insurance companies out of business. The first year the US HAD...
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Re: AAFA Action Alert: Protect Your Health and Keep Access to Health Insurance

GigiGibson ·
I'm so angry. This was the one safe place I could go the last seven months to get away from politics and here it is.... inevitable I assume.
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Re: Health Insurance Marketplace Guide for Asthma and Allergies for 2019

Kathy P ·
Millions of uninsured Americans can get FREE bronze plans for 2019. If you or someone you love is uninsured: https://www.healthinsurance.or...ubsidies/#freebronze Open enrollment ends in most states THIS SATURDAY, although a few states have extended deadlines: https://www.healthinsurance.or...n-enrollment-period/ So if you haven't looked at your insurance options lately, now is the time to check and see if you're among the people who can get free coverage.
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Re: Understanding Health Care Changes for 2019

Deborah Bartlett ·
Thank you for posting this information.
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