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Question by Kiran C: Since Vermont is first to post the premiums under Obamacare, are these prices that we expected?
“Vermont’s insurance exchange will be served by two companies, MVP Health, based in Schenectady, New York, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont. ”

“Without the subsidies, premiums would start at $ 202 a month for a single person under 30 buying a stripped-down ‘catastrophic’ plan sold by MVP Health, according to the statement released yesterday by Vermont. ‘Platinum’ coverage for an entire family, the most expensive available, would cost $ 1,728 a month from MVP or $ 1,698 from Blue Cross Blue Shield. ”

These are the after prices for the Affordable Care Act. What are the before prices?

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-04-01/vermont-s-first-look-at-insurance-exchange-rates-shows-savings.html

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Answer by Flower
Insurance premiums are regional or local, oversight is by each state. We dont know what the insurance exchanges in other states will offer yet. You should give all the rates, not just a couple of them. And you should give the tax credit subsidy people will get next year.

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Research and Markets: United States Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2010: 1.8% Growth Expected in 2011
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8421bd/united_states_phar) has announced the addition of the “United States Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q4 2010″ report to their offering. The United States Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report provides industry professionals and strategists, corporate analysts …

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Congress Not Expected To Do Much With 2010 Election Looming
A small business jobs bill, extending the Bush tax cuts, and lots of fighting are on the agenda.

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Health Law Factors Into Election-Year Politics, But Less Than Expected
The health care overhaul remains a political weapon for Republicans in the autumn campaigns. The Associated Press reports, “A political group affiliated with former top Republican Party officials is airing TV ads in Kentucky, Pennsylvania and California targeting Democratic U.S. Senate candidates for supporting what the group disparagingly calls ‘ObamaCare.’ The more than $2 million in ads by …

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County health services are providing far fewer patients with hospital and specialty care than initially predicted when county commissioners approved a tax rate increase.

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Molecular Diagnostics Market Expected To Grow At A Double-Digit Pace Through 2015
MarketResearch.com has announced the addition of Business Insights’s new report “The Future of Molecular Diagnostics: Innovative technologies driving market opportunities in personalized medicine,” to their collection of In Vitro Diagnostics market reports. Molecular diagnostics, essentially the analysis of DNA and RNA at the molecular level, is a fast-growing business, made possible by the …

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WENATCHEE — How will health care reform affect your business? A seminar outlining the expected effects of health care reform on business will be held from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Confluence Technology Center, 285 Technology Center Way. The cost to attend the event is $25 per participant.

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