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WBJ: Why D.C. Health Link says tech changes will transform enrollment season

October 30, 2015
Why D.C. Health Link says tech changes will transform enrollment season Oct 30, 2015, 5:00am EDT by Tina Reed - Staff Reporter Washington Business Journal Small business owners and individuals trying to purchase health insurance through the District's state-based exchange should have a much easier time this enrollment season, D.C. Health Link officials said. The reason: big technology changes. Those changes include tools to make it easier for consumers to select a plan or to find any qualifying subsidies. The website also has significant behind-the-scenes changes that make it easier to...Read more

The ABCs of the ACA for Employers with 50-99 FTEs

October 25, 2015
Some content below provided by Heartland Payment Systems a RAMW Endorsed Provider . The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) third open enrollment is underway and there are even more changes to the law this year. The stakes are higher for everyone involved in 2016. From new, complicated tax forms to increased penalties for noncompliance, the confusion and sense of urgency mounts for business owners across the U.S. What is the ACA or “Obamacare”? Under this law, you may be required to provide your employees with a certain level of insurance coverage, and weeding through the...Read more

Life After the EMV Liability Shift

November 5, 2015
Content provided by Heartland Payment Systems a RAMW Endorsed Provider . The liability shift deadline has passed. And guess what? The world didn’t come to an end—just like it didn’t when the clock struck midnight on January 1, 2000. But unlike Y2K, EMV is here to stay. The good news is the sun didn’t set for good on October 1. Maybe you were aware of the liability shift, but decided against the equipment upgrade. You might have had every intention of becoming compatible, but before you knew it, October 1 had come and gone. Or you could still be trying to understand how...

Uninsured Rates Drop in the District of Columbia

September 16, 2015
According to U.S. Census Bureau Report, Uninsured Rates Drop in All 50 States and the District of Columbia By Tamara Kramer September 16th, 2015 New 2014 health insurance numbers released today from the U.S. Census Bureau show decreases in the rate of the uninsured in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. These numbers, which cover calendar year 2013 and calendar year 2014, allow us for the first time to look at how the policies of the Affordable Care Act have affected the nation’s overall insurance rate. The state-by-state breakdown shows that Massachusetts continues to have the...Read more