NYS Health Exchange FAQ Jan 1 Enrollments

NYS Health Exchange FAQ Jan 1 Enrollments

Health Exchange FAQ

NYS Health Exchange FAQ  Jan 1 Enrollments   FAQ Using Coverage January 1, 2014

NYS Health Exchange FAQ Jan 1 Enrollments. NYS of Helath has provided a helpful  Frequently Asked Questions for recent enrollees. We have attached the document for your use.

IMPORTANT:   How can I pay my premium bill for January 1st coverage?

You need to pay your health plan – not NY State of Health – no later than 10 days after you receive your invoice (bill) from your plan. You can pay your bill by mail. Some plans may accept payment online or over the phone. Plans must accept the following forms of payment: paper checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, electronic funds transfer (EFT), and all general-purpose pre-paid debit cards. Contact your health plan for more information about payment options or if the due date is a problem for you.

For more information  regarding  both Exchanges –   Individual Exchanges or SHOP   please contact our team at Millennium Medical Solutions Corp  (855)667-4621.   We have Spanish, Russian, and Hebrew speakers available.  Quotes can also be viewed on our site.
FAQ Using Coverage January 1, 2014

 

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NYS Approves Health Insurance Exchange Rates

NYS Approves Health Insurance Exchange Rates

Health Insurance Exchange

NYS Approves Health Insurance Exchange Rates.

Governor Cuomo announced  yesterday that New York’s Health Benefits Exchange have been approved . Additionally, the New York Times yesterday published an article highlighting that the rates in the individual market that will be offered in 2014 are at least 50 percent lower than they are now.  The article link and Governor’s office press release are included below.

5 things we now know about the NYS Exchanges:

  • Importantly,  Insurers must still confirm that they will be in either the individual exchange and/ or shop exchange
  • The rates approved yesterday are subject to final certification of the insurers’ participation in the exchange.
  • Many of the networks used on the Exchange appear to be smaller than the group rated.
  • Some new insurers have eneter the marketplace such as OSCAR and Freelancers.  While a few such as EmblemHealth have taken a wait and see approach.
  •  Additionally,  NYS  individual market rate will drop significantly in 2014 but they have been historically always the highest.  An individual/Direct Pay  HMO is approximately $1,000-$1,200/month. They are still approximately 18% highest.

The Department of Financial Services (DFS) has approved  New York’s Health Health Insurance Exchange  rates for 17 insurers seeking to offer coverage including eight new entrants into the market that do not currently offer commercial health insurance plans.  Please click the following links for the Governor’s Press Release and the Individual and Small Group rates.

Governor’s Press Release

NYS Approved 2014 Exchange Rates

The following companies had health insurance plan rates for the health benefits exchange approved today by DFS. The rates approved today are subject to final certification of the insurers’ participation in the exchange.

  • Aetna
  • Affinity Health Plan, Inc.

    NYS Approves Health Insurance Exchange Rates

    The cheapest you’ll pay for individual health insurance in NY

  • American Progressive Life & Health Insurance Company of New York
  • Capital District Physicians Health Plan, Inc.
  • Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York
  • Empire BlueCross BlueShield
  • Excellus
  • Fidelis Care
  • Freelancers Co-Op
  • Healthfirst New York
  • HealthNow New York, Inc.
  • Independent Health
  • MetroPlus Health Plan
  • MVP Health Plan, Inc.
  • North Shore LIJ
  • Oscar Health Insurance Co.
  • United Healthcare

If you have additional questions regarding  how SHOP Exchanges and Individual Exchanges can benefit you  please contact our team at Millennium Medical Solutions Corp.   Stay tuned for updates as more information gets released. We’re inside of 75 days until exchanges open, and information will be coming quickly in the next few months.  Sign up for latest news updates.

Resource:

Health Exchange FAQ

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Federal government health care site: www.healthcare.gov

Kaiser Health Reform Subsidy Calculator:http://healthreform.kff.org/subsidycalculator.aspx

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