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I’m Young and Healthy – Do I Really Need Health Insurance?

Posted by Suzanne M. Fletcher, Program Lead for Health Care Reform and Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services for Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania on December 31, 2014

Young adults – sometimes referred to as “young invincibles” – who are healthy and don’t think they need health insurance should be paying more attention to their health insurance coverage options. Why? The...

Health Insurance, Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Affordable Care, Open Enrollment

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Tackling the Doctor Shortage to Improve Choices for Patients

Posted by Elizabeth Casey on August 20, 2014

Most people are fortunate to need to visit the doctor just a few times a year, for a wellness visit or occasional illness. Appointments are made and we go on with the day. But for others, a basic doctor’s visit is far more complicated....

Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Primary Care, Physicians, Blue Cross of Idaho, Access, The Power of Blue

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Beyond Weddings and Babies: Other Reasons You May Still Be Able To Get Covered for 2014

Posted by Suzanne M. Fletcher, Program Lead for Health Care Reform, Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania on July 9, 2014

Open enrollment for health insurance coverage in 2014 through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has ended, and the next time consumers can apply for coverage through an open enrollment period will be in November, for coverage that will be effective...

Health Insurance, Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Health Insurance 101, Healthcare Consumers

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