Star Power Can’t Obscure Obamacare’s Higher Premiums

BY SALLY C. PIPES Obamacare’s state-level health insurance exchanges are set to sign people up in October. But with the federal government on the hook to run 27 of them by itself — and another seven in partnership with states — it’s increasingly likely that they’ll open for enrollment after the official October 1 start […]

Preserving What Works: The Perks of Employer-Provided Coverage

BY JANET TRAUTWEIN Federal officials recently made some discouraging predictions about the future of American health care. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office forecast that seven million Americans will lose or drop their employer-provided health insurance by 2022. Families across the country used to getting coverage through work will soon have to find and pay for […]


Calculators to help consumers understand the Affordable Care Act SUFFERN N.Y. –Health insurance specialist, Vista Health Solutions, announced today the introduction of their new health care reform calculators for individuals and businesses which are available for free at their website. The three different calculators will help individuals, small businesses, and large groups determine their options […]

Just Justice: When Car Insurance Becomes Health Insurance

“No Fault” insurance – what is it? BY ALFRED LAUB, ESQ. We have all either been involved in or know someone who was injured in a car accident. Generally speaking, the main concerns involve “how do I obtain treatment” and “who is going to pay for the doctor and hospital bills that will inevitably be […]