Several U.S. lawmakers are demanding answers after some Missouri media outlets reported that employees at a center processing applications for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul were paid to do nothing.
Republican lawmakers are demanding answers after reports that say that a suburban St. Louis processing center for the Affordable Care Act.
Employees at an application processing center in Wentzville have almost no work to do and are often paid just to stare at their computer screens.
Missouri and Illinois have both exceeded the predicted totals for enrollment in the expanded Medicaid coverage.
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Last-minute enrollment efforts across Missouri are expected to boost the number of consumers gaining coverage through the new federal health insurance law, but organizers say the deadline push won’t hit anticipated enrollment targets.
The deadline for people to register for Obamacare is March 31, but businesses do not have the same issue to worry about.
In case there was any doubt, a coalition of Republicans made it clear Monday that they will do everything within their power to ensure there is no expansion of Medicaid eligibility this year in Missouri.
Under the Affordable Care Act, consumers have the right to appeal decisions made by their health insurance company.
Most health plans do not cover medical services outside of the United States.