Archive for the ‘low-income health insurance’ Category

Ohio Health Insurance Coverage Increasing For Children

Posted on: September 24th, 2012 by SamTabes No Comments

In Ohio, and much of the nation, the poverty level continues to remain stagnant, and in some parts it’s actually rising.  Despite this upsetting fact, the number of children without Ohio health insurance is decreasing which is a positive trend that experts expect may continue.  Specifically in Fairfield County in Ohio, children without health insurance decreased […]

Some Interesting Aspects of Health Care Law You May Not Know

Posted on: August 3rd, 2012 by SamTabes No Comments

Many Americans still have pressing questions about the details behind President Obama’s health care law.  It’s a complicated law with a lot of information.  Some of the aspects are pretty much well-known such as the individual mandate and the rule that says people with pre-existing conditions cannot be denied health insurance coverage.  But did you […]

Inland Empire Low Income Health Plans

Posted on: December 5th, 2011 by BlogAdmin No Comments

San Bernardino & Riverside counties are set to launch new low-income health plans pending sign-off on paperwork by Federal Government.  Leadership of both counties believe that the plans could be live by January 1 2012. San Bernardino’s plan is called Arrowcare, while Riverside Counties plan is named Riverside County Healthcare.  Both plans will cover residents […]

National Debt Debate Threatens Health Insurance for Some

Posted on: July 29th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

The national debt debate has taken over the nation and the headlines and Democrats and Republicans try to reach an agreement on how best to attack America’s growing debt problem.  Many people are concerned that the focus is misplaced and what we should really be worried about is the cuts that are being proposed. Specifically […]

Health Insurance Law: The CLASS Act

Posted on: May 5th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

The Community Living Assistance Services and Support, also known as The CLASS Act, was developed by Senator Edward M. Kennedy with the intention of making easier for individuals to purchase health insurance that would assist with paying for home assistance in case an injury or illness made day to day living very difficult. After 10 […]

Student Health Care Reform and Loans

Posted on: January 20th, 2011 by ymedina No Comments

Health care reform is causing many changes to the health care system, but many do not realize it’s also having an impact on student loans.  Student health care reform is affecting the way government is handling student loans and ultimately saving them money which is good for the country overall.  According to the article “Health-care […]

Louisiana Medicaid

Posted on: October 24th, 2010 by ymedina No Comments

According to the article “DHH Makes Additional Medicaid Cuts” by Marsha Shuler on, Louisiana’s health chief announced Friday that there will be $135 million in cuts to Louisiana’s Medicaid health insurance program for the poor.  This is going to affect many with Louisiana health insurance through Medicaid. State Department of Health and Hospitals Secretary, Bruce […]

Finding Health Insurance for High Risk

Posted on: May 26th, 2010 by ymedina No Comments

According to the article “18 States Refuse to Run Insurance Pools for Those With Pre-existing Conditions” by David S. Hilzenrath health care reform may make finding health insurance for the high risk not that much easier. Eighteen state governments have come out and said they will not administer a program to offer health insurance coverage […]

California Women Soliciting Husband With Excellent Health Insurance

Posted on: February 12th, 2010 by ymedina No Comments

According to the article “Married, with Benefits: California Mom Terri Carlson Starts Will Marry For Health Insurance Web Site” by Rosemary Black on, a woman desperate for good health insurance because of a chronic condition has started a campaign online to get a husband with excellent health insurance. Finding health insurance has not been […]

State Health Plans For Low Income Adults

Posted on: February 2nd, 2010 by JPAL No Comments

The struggling economy is causing significant issues for many states which provide health plans to assist low-income families.  Many states are being forced to pare back these health insurance programs at the worst possible time…when the number of unemployed Americans continue to rise and people need assistance the most. The methods by which various states […]