From the Massachusetts Center for Health Information: CHIA found that, overall, the individual purchaser market segment experienced decreases in average premiums (-3.4%) and cost-sharing (-8.0%) between 2015 and 2016. CHIA also found that unsubsidized plans experienced higher premium growth and larger cost-sharing increases than ConnectorCare Plan. (State's subsidized health insurance exchange.) ...Overall financial trends for … Continue reading Health insurance premiums going down in Massachusetts for individuals? State says end of federal subsidies will “challenge” this trend.
From Kaiser Health News: Can You Hear Me Now? Senate Bill On Hearing Aids May Make The Answer ‘Yes’ Michelle Andrews Last December, Deb Wiese bought hearing aids for her parents, one for each of them. She ordered them online from a big-box retailer and paid $719 for the pair. But her parents, in their … Continue reading KHN: We hear a lot about our Senator Elizabeth Warren. She wants people to be able to hear more by requiring #Medicare to pay providers to train people on how to use their #hearingaids