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Today is the final day of open enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for this year, and health officials and insurers were prepared for what they expected to be a last-minute surge of sign-ups.
This is the final day of open enrollment for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for this year. Federal health officials expect a busy day on the insurance marketplace website.
The deadline is Sunday night, and health officials, advocates, and insurers are all urging the uninsured not to wait until Sunday to sign up.
This spring, you’ll see the “Indego” logos at all of its locations.
This is the final week of open enrollment in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act for this year –and insurers and advocates are making a big push to get the uninsured to sign up.
You can still be covered by the Affordable Care Act, your coverage just won’t start on the first of the year.
There’s still time to sign up for health insurance that will begin January 1 — but not much.
Independence Blue Cross is giving the Philadelphia Police Department $100,000 to buy bulletproof vests.
Robert Smith, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Independence Blue Cross, shared some important advice for people who are enrolling in Medicare plans.
The region’s largest insurer has hired a company to explain benefits to its customers.
Agents from Independence Blue Cross helped customers sign up for a plan that works for them in Bala Cynwyd Sunday.
Ukee Washington spoke with Brian Lobley, the Senior VP of Marketing and Consumer Business at Independence Blue Cross, about the Affordable Care Act and the March 31 deadline.
The original deadline was Thursday, Feb. 13, but that was extended due to the number of power outages in the area following last week’s storm.
Small business owners in the Philadelphia area are being notified they have to change their employees’ health insurance policies, to comply with the Affordable Care Act.