The best place to find information about the Affordable Care Act, passed by the U.S. Congress in 2010, is through the official Healthcare.gov website. The site provides a one-page guide, tools for finding insurance plans... More »

Americans without employer-provided insurance can apply for health insurance online using either a state healthcare marketplace or the federally operated healthcare marketplace, depending on the person's state residency.... More »

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Health Insurance Innovations is a web-based administrator and developer of personal health insurance plans, according to the company website. Its product offerings include accident, sickness and hospital plans, dental pl... More »

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United Health Group was the first major health company to issue customer-insurance identification cards that contain plan eligibility information, the personal health record and, in some cases, a link to a person's Healt... More »

The most current health insurance rates made available to Americans under the Affordable Care Act of 2010 can be accessed by visiting the official Healthcare.gov website. Rates for individuals and families vary based on ... More »

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Answers to questions about health insurance can be found on the Healthcare.gov website. Answers to questions can also be located on websites for health care insurance providers. More »

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The Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act is a U.S. law that Congress passed in 1966 that aims to ensure the privacy of medical information and aims to provide consumers ongoing health insurance coverage during... More »

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