Wyoming insurance commissioner discusses Affordable Care Act
Posted on Monday, November 25th, 2013 at 5:15 pm
On Thursday, November 14, in a talk about the Affordable Care Act, insurance commissioner, Tom Hirsig said that Wyoming’s health care costs have been among the highest in the nation. He, however, assured listeners that many of the state’s residents were qualified for tax credits toward premiums.
Hirsig also spoke of the dangers of fraud. He said that some people might take advantage of the newly-approved healthcare law and prey on others by trying to convince them to enroll in the healthcare marketplace over the phone.
Additionally, Hirsig reminded people that if they are already receiving Medicare or Medicaid, they do not need to do anything to comply with the Affordable Care Act.
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