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Small Firms Start to Drop Health Plans
�That's often the main determining factor,� said Michael Z. Stahl, a senior vice president at HealthMarkets Inc., an agency that focuses on individual coverage and works with a growing number of small businesses.
Many small businesses stop offering health insurance
The brokerage HealthMarkets Inc. has had a 40 percent pickup in applications for individual insurance since the open enrollment period ended March 31.
Small businesses help workers buy health plans  USA TODAY
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HealthMarkets Offers ACA Re-Enrollment Program to All Americans
HealthMarkets Insurance Agency, a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of HealthMarkets, Inc., is the d/b/a or assumed name of Insphere Insurance Solutions, Inc. Licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and representing more than 140 branded ...
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Delta State names Tony Garcia as Alumnus of Year
His previous posts include president and CEO of TIAA-CREF Life Insurance Company, senior vice president of HealthMarkets Inc., and senior vice president of Household International/HSBC. He also spent 11 years early in his career with Allstate Insurance ...
These companies are dropping group health insurance fast
Aetna Inc. and Kaiser Permanente both admitted to seeing a decrease in their small business demographic, describing the trend modestly as �some erosion� or �some contraction.
Catastrophic health expense has dire consequence
But a recent report from HealthMarkets Inc. shows that only 39 percent of all American households have long-term disability insurance, defined as providing �direct financial relief in the event of sustained illness that prevents the primary earner from ...
Owners need to pay attention to health care, taxes and more
... bought employee health insurance policies before the end of 2013, sidestepping the law's requirements for a year, could pay between 10 percent and 20 percent more when it's time to renew, says Michael Stahl, chief marketing officer of HealthMarkets ...
Mega insurance company no longer doing business in Maine
�With the declining customer base, Mega determined that the expenses required to continue to support such plans was no longer economically feasible,� wrote Michael Stahl, senior vice president for HealthMarkets Inc., Mega's parent company, in an email ...
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KLOX Technologies announces executive appointments
LAVAL, QC, Nov. 20, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - KLOX Technologies Inc. ("KLOX" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the following appointments: Todd Martensen has been hired to KLOX's leadership team in the newly created role of Chief Commercial ...
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What the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Means for Entrepreneurs
Mike Stahl, senior vice president of Dallas-based Health-Markets Insurance Agency, says his company provides health insurance to its approximately 200 employees, so the mandate hasn't had a big impact.
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