Archive for the ‘Nevada Health Insurance’ Category

Advertising For Online Insurance Marketplaces to Heat Up

Posted on: August 1st, 2013 by JPAL No Comments

As October 1st rapidly approaches, there is much work to be done in increasing the awareness of the uninsured in this country.  Kaiser Family Foundation’s April Tracking Poll found that 42% of all those surveyed were unaware of ACA status.  Furthermore, more than half of those age 18-29 (51%) and with household incomes <$30k (59%) […]

No Las Vegas Health Insurance? New Hospital May Treat You

Posted on: December 23rd, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

Clark County Nevada commissioners are discussing making the only public hospital in Las Vegas private according to the article “County Talks of Privatizing Vegas Public Hospital” by The Associated Press on Mercury News’s website. Commissioners say that the University Medical Center (UMC) is southern Nevada’s safety net hospital and treats many with no Las Vegas […]

Nevada Health Insurance Poll

Posted on: October 13th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

A new poll came out from Mason-Dixon Polling Research Inc. for the Las Vegas Review Journal last week reviewing where Nevadans stand on the health care debate.  The survey consisted of phone responses from 500 registered voters in Nevada.  Nevada and Las Vegas health insurance issues are definitely a concern for residents.  All of this information […]

Las Vegas Health Insurance and Reform Rally

Posted on: September 18th, 2009 by ymedina No Comments

According to the article “Health Care Reform bus makes a stop in Las Vegas” from KTNV.com, President Obama supporters for his health care reform made a scheduled stop in Las Vegas, Nevada.  They have been traveling the country to educate people on the benefits of Obama’s plan and Las Vegas health insurance consumers were encouraged […]

New Nevada Health Plans For Individuals

Posted on: October 10th, 2008 by JPAL No Comments

Humana recently announced the introduction of their portfiolio of individual health insurance plans for Nevada residents, called HumanaOne.  The HumanaOne portfolio of individual health insurance plans has been made available to 25 other US states since 2007 and has been very well received. The 25 states where HumanaOne has been previously made available include Alabama, […]