Facebook Linkedin Contact Me Youtube
Alternate Content
Get A Quote
Share | | RSS Google RSS

LJM Insurance Blog: health care

View the latest blog posts from LJM Insurance.

Reforming Wisconsin's Health Care  Should read, who is reforming Wisconsin's health care!  It is being done at the federal level by members of the Legislature and some bureaucrats that have probably never stepped foot in this great state. READ MORE >>

Health insurance in Wisconsin The health insurance market in Wisconsin and the country is changing daily.  What it means to you could be very different than what it means to your neighbor.  If you have several pre-existing conditions the health insurance changes may allow you to get the coverage you were turned down for previously. READ MORE >>

MADISON (WKOW) -- Wisconsin employers and low-income residents will not have to buy health insurance in Wisconsin until 2015 under a new timetable for the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) announced by the U.S. Treasury Department on Tuesday. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) and Gov. READ MORE >>

This is how we are going to pay for this folks, it is not free. Three years after enactment of the landmark legislation extending health care coverage to 27 million uninsured people, many in Congress and a majority of Americans are coming face to face with a daunting reality. READ MORE >>

WASHINGTON -- After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president's new health care law. You won't have to lay bare your medical history but you will have to detail your finances. READ MORE >>

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) includes two primary mechanisms for helping people afford health coverage. Starting in 2014, people with family incomes up to 138% of the poverty level ($31,809 for a family of four and $15,415 for a single person in 2012) will generally be eligible for the Medicaid program. READ MORE >>

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama's proposed 2014 budget includes an increase of $3.9 billion to the health department as it prepares to implement the administration's healthcare overhaul, setting money aside for mental health, but cutting medicare. The budget asks for $1. READ MORE >>

Blog Archive


View Mobile Version
Home Page About Us Get A Quote Referrals Contact Us Healthcar Solution Team insurance broker website templates Linkedin Facebook Youtube