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The White House and other supporters of the Affordable Care Act, with a deadline on the way, are working hard to sign up young people to new health insurance plans offered as part of Obamacare. It’s a major initiative that emphasizes just how important younger individuals are to the success of the new law.read more
With Obamacare now the law of the land, some (including Forbes magazine, which recently ran a story on the subject) are recommending that those looking to buy coverage can save cash on premiums by going with the bronze health plan. The belief is that the gold and platinum options are not nearly as cost-efficient.read more
Prior to the ACA’s individual mandate to obtain health insurance, more than 40 million non-elderly remained uninsured. Without a mandate, private health insurance would drop by 11 million, while non-group premiums would increase anywhere from 10 to 25 percent.read more
Last May, the much-anticipated fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) was published. As with prior editions, there are many dramatic changes, and some of them have tended to spark debate and controversy in the psychiatric community. Certainly, there are many ways in which the new edition will impact mental health care in general, and already have been in the past few months.read more
HealthPlanOne today announced it ranked No. 166 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.read more
On September 30, the Affordable Care Act—commonly known as “Obamacare”—officially went into effect as the law of the land, after having been initially signed by the President in March of 2010. Now that it’s here, there has been some confusion as to what it will accomplish, and what it means for the average American. There are understandably many questions, and we’ll try to sort some of them out here by providing some basic info on what the ACA is, in a nutshell. Think of it as “Obamacare for Dummies”…read more