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Covered California is going on tour! Check it out: http://ow.ly/dg173065JZF
Covered California’s Open Enrollment began on November 1, and the State Exchange kicked off their 2017 tour this weekend, Saturday, November 12 in San Diego.
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What are Trump and Hillary's plans for Healthcare? Read about it here: http://ow.ly/ONmn305TuiA
The presidential candidates for 2016 are at odds in so many areas. But where do they stand on Obamacare for California? What about other pressing health care issues concerning Californians and the nation?
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Covered CA is making changes to their app that will effect Medicare recipients. Read more: http://ow.ly/Rxa9303OL2b
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Health for California Insurance Center Meets with Oscar to Grow Their California Market: http://ow.ly/UV0U303CeLd
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Will Donald Trump Cancel My Covered California Plan? Covered California Responds to this Week’s Election Results: http://ow.ly/mc6t3063H5e
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Health For California Prepares to Promote Oscar Healthcare During Open Enrollment: http://ow.ly/aGpx304Jgpw
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Health for California Insurance Center Meets with Oscar to Grow Their California Market: http://ow.ly/zXTo303Cf0M
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Health For California Hosts General Agency for Molina, a Fast-Growing Covered California Carrier: http://ow.ly/PxER303iFMF
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Toni Rich
a year ago
Your plans are neither affordable or sustainable for someone making slightly more than the Federal Poverty level. The cost of living in San Francisco is far greater than most counties, but you make no provisions for someone living pay check to paycheck when there income is 50k and their rent is $2000 a month. You assume their disposable income affords them the opportunity to pay $3,000 or more on insurance premiums with a $6,000 deductible and a $70 co-pay. If they are not able to pay your outrageous premiums they are penalized and monies are extorted through taxes. It's ironic you can only seem to brag about the volumes of people enrolled, but you fail to identify the number of people without access to primary care providers, or the inaccessibility you have created for others who wish to make appointments. The answer is lower premiums and deductibles. The only people winning right now are insurance companies. Hospital emergency rooms are still crowded. Someone living paycheck to paycheck will not pay a $6000 deductible therefore hospital debt will continue to increase as EMTALA requires they see people seeking care. You ran with a group think process and made a bad situation worse and for this you get 0 accolades. You speak of transparency, where is the transparency on people waiting months for cancer screenings, One the rising debt hospitals are incurring, the lack of network providers, and the states inability to recognize the answer is simple supplement medicaid reimbursement and increase your network. Lower premiums,and negotiate with a network of urgent care facilities to provide same day services. Be more concerned with public interest, because right now socialized medicine looks extremely appealing to most.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Toni, We affirm what you are saying. For someone in your situation, it is very difficult to get truly affordable health care. Your $2,000 a month rent is a very real expense, which makes it difficult for you to afford the premiums you are being offered by Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Kaiser Permanente, etc. And, due to the fact that your rent is not tax-deductible, your eligibility for a subsidy would be based on your $50,000 income, which makes you ineligible (assuming you are a single with no dependents). The system is flawed. There are many with lower incomes than you that are being helped by the Affordable Care Act, but we understand that it is difficult to rejoice in that when you are one of the ones who is not being helped by it.