Archive for the ‘Health Insurance Quotes’ Category

Ohio Exchange Health Insurance Rates

Posted on: October 11th, 2013 by JPAL No Comments

Much has been made of the health insurance rates available via online health exchanges (health insurance marketplaces) established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) I  wrote  about it here back in August, specifically as it related to how Ohio health insurance rates in the new exchange environment compared to currently prevailing rates in the marketplace. […]

Health Care Reform and Cancer Patients

Posted on: September 26th, 2013 by SamTabes No Comments

There has been a lot of buzz in the media in the last few months about how health care reform will negatively affect cancer patients.  While there is some truth to this, it doesn’t seem to be the whole story.  Overall, it seems health care reform, put through by President Obama and his administration, will […]

Shopping For Health Insurance Now is Impt. For Young & Healthy

Posted on: July 3rd, 2013 by JPAL No Comments

As we approach October 1 2013 — the date when Federal & State health insurance exchanges are slated to open for business — it makes sense for those who buy their own health insurance to compare rates and shop for health insurance this summer.  In many states, individual health insurance rates are expected to rise […]

Health Insurance Marketplace Checklist

Posted on: May 8th, 2013 by JPAL No Comments

The Federal and State health insurance marketplaces that will begin enrolling individuals & families in health insurance plans beginning October of this year promise to provide more options than ever before.  However, it will likely not be an easy process if you are not prepared. There are a handful of things you should research or […]

Gratitude May Be Great Medicine

Posted on: November 26th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

HealthInsuranceSort.com is hoping everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving season and is here to point out the importance of gratitude on our health.  John Tierney writes about this in his article on NYTimes.com “A Serving of Gratitude May Save the Day”.  According to the article, an attitude of gratitude has been linked to better overall health, […]

Smoking Driving Up Health Insurance Costs

Posted on: November 17th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

The American Cancer Society marks the 36th Great American Smokeout today by encouraging smokers to make a plan to quit smoking.  This gives many smokers the motivation to start their path towards a healthier life.  Not only will quitting decrease their cancer risk, but it can end up saving them money on life and health […]

Fit2Fat2Fit Challenge From Drew Manning

Posted on: November 15th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

You may have heard about the personal trainer Drew Manning and his Fit2Fat2Fit Challenge.  This is an incredibly interesting story about a trainer who wants to connect with his clients on a deeper level and has put his health at risk to prove he is committed to helping America get healthier.  He’s been on Good […]

Health Insurance Quotes Rising With Health Care Costs

Posted on: August 19th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

Millions of Americans rely on employer-based health insurance coverage, but this is at risk with rising health care costs.  In addition to this upset, rising health care costs would eventually cause health insurance quotes to increase across the board making individual health insurance more expensive for those seeking it outside of their employer.  It’s a […]

Individual Health Insurance Mandate Debated

Posted on: August 12th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

As most of us know by now, Obama’s health care reform plan involves a health insurance mandate where most Americans will be required by law to carry individual health insurance otherwise they will be subjected to a fine.  This is a huge change from the way health care and health insurance has been handled in […]

New York Health Insurance Passed Legislation

Posted on: June 30th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

The New York health insurance system has recently passed legislation that allows the creation of the New York Health Benefit Exchange.  This keeps New York in line with the Affordable Care Act and allows them to potentially receive federal grants to help the exchanges grow.  The Senate has not passed the legislation yet so it’s […]