Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 1 month ago

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  • New: Following a White House executive order from President Donald Trump directing federal agencies to provide relief from the ACA, the Internal Revenue Service has quietly updated the rules regarding required health insurance coverage when filing taxes. The Affordable Care Act mandates that everyone must either maintain qualifying health coverage or pay a tax penalty, known …
  • Old: Texas short term health insurance plans are set to be limited to 3 months at most, but the policy change doesn’t go into effect until April 1st, 2017! This means you still have time to lock in your rates until the end of the year! You will be able to have coverage with a rich PPO …

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 7 months ago

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  • New: Aetna Health Insurance was recently sued by the Department of Justice in an attempt to prevent even further consolidation of remaining major health insurance providers, according to Fortune.com. The move was seen by the DOJ (Department of Justice) as a violation of antitrust law, and estimated it would hurt far more consumers than it would …
  • Old: In an attempt to strengthen the risk pools of current Obamacare enrollees, federal officials proposed legislation that would drastically reduce the maximum duration of short term health insurance, as seen on CNBC. The proposed legislation would set a limit of no more than 3 months for any short term health plan, and would bar re-enrollment, …

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 8 months ago

Custom Health Plans, Inc.

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 8 months ago

New page description detected.

  • New: In an attempt to strengthen the risk pools of current Obamacare enrollees, federal officials proposed legislation that would drastically reduce the maximum duration of short term health insurance, as seen on CNBC. The proposed legislation would set a limit of no more than 3 months for any short term health plan, and would bar re-enrollment, …

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