Federal health officials say more than 140,000 people signed up for, or were automatically re-enrolled in, health insurance plans in Massachusetts during the recent open enrollment period.
In addition to 40,065 who signed up and paid for their healthcare, another 34,138 people selected plans but did not make payments.
If you have retired early and to save money you got the least expensive HMO you could find it might not cover routine procedures if you are out of state.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
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It’s the second major change made to the healthcare reform law since insurers began canceling some existing policies a couple of months ago.
While you are in the planning mode of retiring in two states, consider establishing relationships with health care providers in both.
Massachusetts finds itself in a unique position as states across the country gear up to launch new insurance marketplaces under President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Here are some ways to save on healthcare.
Controlling Health Care Costs.