Health Insurance Coverage Maps

The Census Bureau maps shown below reflect the estimated number of people with and without health insurance in each of the 3,140 counties:

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“The top map shows the population that is likely to qualify for Medicaid coverage, if they live in a state that is expanding that program. The bottom map captures the Medicaid-eligible population and those who may qualify for subsidies to purchase health insurance in the new marketplaces.  There are two things that these maps tell me. First, they underscore the significant impact that state policy will have on the Affordable Care Act… Second, these maps explain why you see a group like Enroll America focusing its work on 10 states, rather than sweeping out across the country.”

These two maps are incredibly important to Obamacare, The Washington Post

September 2013 Newsletter

Check out this month’s newsletter.  It’s full of Wellness Ideas, 401K information, and the most recent updates regarding Healthcare Reform and PPACA Compliance.  This month we’ve included several pages of information on the Health Insurance Marketplace and its upcoming Open Enrollment.

September Newsletter

August 2013 Newsletter

Feel free to take a look at our monthly newsletter because it includes the most recent updates regarding Healthcare Reform and PPACA Compliance, in addition to some Wellness Ideas and 401K.

August Newsletter