Articles With Keyword "Health Benefit Plan"

WY Insurance Commissioner: Affordable Care Act in Wyoming

Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Hirsig made a guest appearance at Sheridan City Hall Thursday morning to give an overview of the Affordable Care Act. Hirsig's presentation explained basic regulations slated to go into effect in the coming months and how to operate the new national health care marketplace.
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Opportunities to Learn and Grow Our Community

As I sit in my office and look out the window at our beautiful view, I am struck by the thought of how lucky we are to have the opportunity to live and work in a place that offers such a strong sense of community along with so many opportunities that are not necessarily enjoyed by all rural areas.
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Overview of “ObamaCare” – Impact in 2013

Many thanks to Brad Johnson, Certified Healthcare Reform Specialist from Covenant Insurance Group, for his overview of "Obamacare" at last week's Chamber luncheon.
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Small Business Resource on Affordable Care Act

The U.S. Small Business Administration has just launched a new website dedicated to educating small business owners about the Affordable Care Act ("ObamaCare").
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U.S. Supreme Court Looking at the Affordable Care Act

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week in the case of Florida v. HHS, the federal case that will decide whether and how much of the Affordable Care Act ("ObamaCare") will survive. The oral arguments are the last public step in the legal process that will likely culminate in a decision from the Supreme Court by the end of June.
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Wyoming Chambers Health Benefit Plan

The Wyoming Chambers Health Benefit Plan is now 4-1/2 years old. Beginning with two participating chambers (Sheridan County and Campbell County), the plan included 28 employers and 184 enrolled employees and their families. Currently, the plan covers 13 chambers in Wyoming, 55 employers, and 343 employees. Since inception, membership grew substantially, retracted due to the economy and the 2011 rate change, and is now growing again. (In Sheridan County, the plan covers 22 employers and 122 employees and their families.)
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