Who Can Buy Health Care Coverage and When Can Be Confusing

If an employer has 15 or more employees, it’s illegal to discriminate against someone who has a condition that makes work harder. The business has to try to make reasonable accommodations, including restructuring a job, adjusting training, providing devices for the disabled or even reassigning an employee to a vacant job.

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Nevada, Xerox In Private Talks to Settle &75 Million Health Care Contract Out of Court

After firing Xerox for major flaws with its health insurance software, Nevada’s leaders are in confidential talks with the tech company to close out the $75 million contract and keep the dispute out of court.

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Hundreds of Thousands Face Health Law Subsidy

Hundreds of thousands of Americans face a Tuesday deadline to verify their income and are at risk of losing or having to pay back their federal health-insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.

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California To Launch Medicaid-Funded Teledentistry

California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that would require Medi-Cal, the state's insurance program for the poor, to pay for dental services delivered by teams of hygienists and dentists connected through the Internet.

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Consumer Group Sues 2 More California Plans Over Narrow Networks

Insurers Cigna and Blue Shield of California misled consumers about the size of their networks of doctors and hospitals, leaving enrollees frustrated and owing large bills, according to two lawsuits filed this week in Los Angeles.

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Debate Grows Over Employer Plans With No Hospital Benefits

Lance Shnider is confident Obamacare regulators knew exactly what they were doing when they created an online calculator that gives a green light to new employer coverage without hospital benefits.

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