On Tuesday, June 28 the Senate delayed the vote on their revised healthcare plan (Better Care Reconciliation Act) until after July 4. While waiting for the votes to come in, the Affordable Care Act continues to teeter in the hands of supporters and opponents alike, giving way to an equal amount of possibilities and unknowns. Alongside this delayed vote, the Individual Insurance Exchange in the State of Indiana is losing two of its largest insurance carriers in 2018. Our two most recent blogs explain what you need to know about these happenings:
Will the Better Care Reconciliation Act Replace the ACA?
June 23, 2017
The House took active steps last week to replace the ACA when they passed an amended version of the American Health Care Act. Don’t make any assumptions, though. Senate Republicans are not quiet in their opposition to the current bill. Before any decisions are made, tackle the unknown by reviewing what would change to employer plans.
The exit of Anthem and MDwise from the individual insurance exchange in Indiana is leaving Hoosiers who buy coverage through the exchange with two carrier options next year. Understand what this means for individual insurance consumers in Indiana.