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Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler The proposed health insurance rates for 2014: Where to find them and what they say A lot of people are wondering how health care reform will affect premiums for health insurance, including those plans that will be sold through the new Washington Healthplanfinder, our state's health insurance exchange.
What Is The Health Insurance Marketplace? wahbexchange.org As part of national health care reform, the Washington Health Benefit Exchange is creating Washington Healthplanfinder – an easily accessible, online marketplace for individuals, families and small businesses in Washington State to compare and enroll in quality health insurance plans and access important cost savings. Open enrollment starts October 1, 2013.
Starting October 1, 2013, residents will be able to visit Washington HealthPlanFinder to shop for health insurance for coverage to begin on January 1, 2014. For hundreds of thousands of people, health insurance will be free or at a much lower cost than is now available. View the list and download a booklet from the Exchange website. Note that the rates do not account for subsidies that may be available to individual consumers, but it is still useful information for comparative purposes.
Even In Over-Regulated Washington State, Obamacare Will Increase Individual Health Insurance Premiums By 34-80% Something happens in October of 2013 but what?
With new year, Medicaid takes on a broader health-care role - The Washington Post
The plan is for millions of Americans to go online to compare health plans, find out if they’re eligible for federal help with premiums and buy coverage. But problems — which include the District’s announcement on Wednesday that a major part of its online marketplace will not be ready Tuesday — could impede the program’s debut.