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CIRCA – 2020

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4 Responses

  1. EXAMPLE: 2020

    The PA Health Insurance Exchange is live now – a silver policy is yours for “only” $39,660/year before Blue Shield pays $1 for care. Average household income is $53,000 before taxes.

    For the state or federal government to suggest that this is affordable insurance for working America is so wrong.



  2. Cheaper Health Insurance

    After four years of being on life support, the Affordable Care Act is expanding, a development that will largely reward middle-income individuals and families, since those on the lower end of the income spectrum generally qualify for Medicaid.

    The relief legislation expands the subsidies for buying health insurance. As a result, a 64-year-old earning $58,000 would see monthly payments decline to $412 from $1,075 under current law, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA


  3. ACA

    It’s been more than a decade since ACA passed, yet 12 (largely Republican) states still have not expanded Medicaid, a key initiative of the health care law.



  4. ACA Update 2022

    t least 14.5 million Americans have signed up for private health insurance for 2022 through government marketplaces — a record number that Biden administration officials attributed to government efforts to lower costs and expand access to insurance.

    The figure is a 21% increase from the number who enrolled during the last open enrollment period. About 10 million people signed up through healthcare.gov, the federal insurance marketplace that is utilized by 33 states, that took applications from Nov. 1 through Jan. 15. Other states, including California, run their own online marketplaces.




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