Archive for the ‘tennessee health insurance’ Category

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 […]

Health Insurance For Low Income Families

Posted on: July 13th, 2009 by JPAL No Comments

Many states have state sponsored health insurance plans that are designed for “the working uninsured”.  Generally the monthly premiums of these plans are subsidized by the state and in order to qualify, applicants must have household income levels that don’t exceed 200% of federal poverty level, and being a resident of the state.  Each state […]

Top Tennessee Health Insurance Plans

Posted on: January 22nd, 2009 by JPAL No Comments

The top five Tennessee health plans (based on prevention, treatment and customer assessment) according to US News and World Report’s annual rankings were as follows: UnitedHealthCare Plan of the River Valley – Also rated as the #1 overall health plan for the Medicare market CIGNA Healthcare of Tennessee – ranked #1 in Tennessee on the […]

Tennessee Health Insurance For Unemployed

Posted on: September 25th, 2008 by JPAL No Comments

Tennessee residents who are between jobs can now purchase health insurance coverage through CoverTN.  A new category within CoverTN called Tennesseans Between Jobs, provides Tennessee health insurance coverage to individuals who have worked at least one 20 hour week in the last six months while earning less than $43,000annually. Tennesseans Between Jobs is also open […]