At the end of June, the Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the outcome of which will have a direct impact on veterans’ health insurance.
If the health reform bill President Obama signed into law in 2010 is deemed constitutional, it will provide Medicaid coverage to 630,000 currently uninsured veterans under 65. An additional 520,000 uninsured veterans would become eligible for subsidized coverage via health exchanges if the law is upheld, a move that would benefit approximately 1 million family members of veterans who currently lack insurance.
Clearly, if the PPACA is passed, more than a million veterans and their family members could benefit. If the law is rejected, it will be a sad day for the men and women who have served the United States.
Whether or not the bill is upheld, First Preferred aims to offer affordable health insurance like preexisting conditions insurance plans, obesity insurance, obesity insurance or other forms of reliable coverage.
They have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau with 300 plans from 15 carriers, all of which are designed to meet the needs of you and your loved ones. Contact them today to learn more about their plans and select one that’s right for you.
First Preferred Healthcare specializes in ensuring insurance for those who have pre-existing conditions including insurance for diabetes and obesity. The plans offered by this organization are affordable and easy to apply.
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