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Delays in training enrollment counselors and insurance agents are damping health policy sales. Covered California says it’s moving swiftly to address shortcomings.
A month into enrollment under the Affordable Care Act, hundreds of healthcare workers and insurance agents are still unable to sign up consumers for health coverage through California’s new exchange.
UBS and Deutsche Bank confirmed their involvement in a global investigation into possible manipulation of the foreign-exchange markets. The Swiss bank said it has taken against staff in connection with the investigation.
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New York Times
State's insurance exchange enrolls 25000 residents
The Seattle Times
Enrollment in health plans through the state's new online insurance exchange during the first two weeks has grown to about 25,000, and an additional 37,000 people have completed applications but not yet made a first payment. Seattle Times staff …
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Glitches move downstream in health care enrollment process
On October 1, Obamacare’s subsidized insurance exchanges went live. Most of the exchange websites crashed on the first day, a development that led some of the law’s supporters to conclude that there was overwhelming demand for Obamacare’s insurance products. But the Obama administration isn’t releasing figures as to the number of Americans who have actually signed up for exchange-based coverage. “Very, very few people that we’re aware of have enrolled in the federal exchange,” said one anonymous insurance industry official to the Washington Post. “We are talking single digits.”
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The online tool, to help people find out whether health plans offered through the exchange include their doctors and hospitals, is delayed at least until Monday.
Several days into enrollment, California’s insurance exchange still has no answers for people wanting to know if their doctors are included in health plans being sold on the state-run market.
Owner and operator of single largest portfolio of Long Island based domain names including NewsLI.com, LIUsedCars.com, LIRealEstate.net, LINewYork.net, LIGazette.com, LIConnection.com and LongIsland.info, to make major announcement in coming 2014.
Long Island, NY (PRWEB) October 02, 2013
Long Island Exchange Inc., a localized advertising and Internet media company based in central Long Island, has announced the consolidation of its portfolio of leading internet portals into Guide to Everything That is Long Island.
“Today, we’re announcing the consolidation of our leading portfolio of Long Island domain names into one effective guide for all Long Islanders to find the information they need. This consolidation includes over 500 generic web names related to the Long Island region including NewsLI.com, LIUsedCars.com, LIRealEstate.net, LINewYork.net, LIGazette.com, LIConnection.com and LongIsland.info,” said John Colascione, Founder and Past President of Long Island Exchange Inc.
“Our team is working hard on solutions for the Long Islander as well as the Long Island business owner and will release a major announcement for 2014 in the coming months just before the new year. We are excited about this consolidation as well as the coming announcement into the next plateau which we will release soon,” said Jed Applebee, Sales Director for Long Island Exchange Inc.,
About Long Island Exchange Inc.
Launched over a decade ago in 2002, LongIslandExchange.com is a privately owned media company providing Long Islanders with a wealth of information, news, local business data, and resources for planning activities in the area. The site has won five awards from BOLI, Best on Long Island, in best of categories like “News, Media and Publications” as well as “Best Web Site of the Year”.
To find out more about Long Island Exchange please visit: http://www.liexchange.com.
Like other states, California’s online enrollment system for its new health insurance marketplace was experiencing delays as it opened Tuesday.
Peter Lee’s father and uncle fought for then-controversial Medicare 50 years ago. Now the Covered California chief must enroll millions in Obamacare, and his performance may set the tone for other states.
Republicans in Congress are railing against the healthcare law as a government takeover of medicine. The massive program will harm patients and cost far too much, critics say. Supporters are being branded as socialists.
The technology failure that shut down Nasdaq for more than three hours Thursday exposed a weakness in the plumbing of the market that critics say reflects years of neglect by U.S. exchanges and regulators.
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California officials predict that the one-year reprieve for large employers from the federal healthcare law’s penalties won’t affect the rollout of a new state-run insurance market next year.