Dear Customers, Agents and Partners, We believe there’s a better way for Americans to find the right health insurance. And our mission is to create a more transparent health insurance ecosystem, by insisting on better business practices that benefit consumers. Our Code of Conduct is unique to our industry. We put in place strict standards… Continue Reading ›

The Affordable Care Act requires most Americans to have health insurance or pay a penalty fee, but you might wonder whether health insurance extends to products like dental and vision coverage. Under the new law, major medical insurance includes coverage for things like preventive care, rehabilitative treatments, maternity services and pediatric care. With so many… Continue Reading ›

In 2013, Medicare accounted for about 14 percent of the total federal budget in the United States. Dollar-wise, this means that a program designed to help seniors afford health care spent approximately $583 billion on benefit payments. It’s no wonder that the government has been working hard on ways to mitigate costs while ensuring that… Continue Reading ›

In 2014, CareerBuilder released a report estimating that there were about 10 million self-employed workers in the United States, which represents 6.6 percent of all jobs nationwide. Though that number is down from previous estimates, the total tally of self-employed individuals indicates that many Americans across the country don’t fall into a convenient job category…. Continue Reading ›

The landscape of the American healthcare industry has changed over the past five years primarily due to new regulations under the Affordable Care Act. You have more options for health insurance today than you did in 2010, but having more choices doesn’t always mean that the choice is easy. For some people, getting a major… Continue Reading ›

Approval of the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA) climbed to 47% in July, according to Gallup’s most recent poll on the subject. The new mark is the best that the ACA—commonly referred to as “Obamacare”—has reached since 2012, when Gallup began using the current version of this poll. The ACA’s surge comes following the Supreme… Continue Reading ›

During the second quarter of 2015, the number of uninsured adults in the United States dropped by a half of one percent compared to the previous quarter, according to a Gallup Poll that has tracked this subject for the past seven years. The number of uninsured now marks the lowest recorded percentage during that time… Continue Reading ›

The recent Supreme Court ruling on subsidies offered under the Affordable Care Act protected millions of Americans from losing access to affordable health insurance, including approximately 4.2 million Latinos. This sector of the population is important not only to lawmakers and supporters of Obamacare but to the general insured population as well. Latinos, historically the… Continue Reading ›