With mid-term elections bearing down, the government changed its regulation of Obamacare to give consumers and states more flexibility to decide on their health plans, insurers more time to sign up customers and taxpayers a chance to avoid more costs.
Now that the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace is open for enrollment, what does that mean for North Texans and how can those taking part in the program make the most of it?
Answers to the most frequent questions employees may have about the Affordable Care Act and how it might impact them.
Between 2003 and 2009, health insurance costs for Texan families rose 38 percent to an average annual premium of $13,221. Learn more about how the Affordable Care Act will impact Texas residents.