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The Health Care Law - Getting Ready to File Your Tax Return

Posted on Thursday, January 22, 2015 by Community Relations General

It’s always a good idea to prepare early to file your federal income tax return. Certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act – also known as the Health Care Law – will probably affect your federal income tax return when you file this year.   You or your tax professional should consider preparing and filing your tax return electronically.  Using tax preparation software is the easiest way to file a complete and accurate tax return. There are a variety of electro…


Annual Physical and Blood Donor Month

Posted on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by InHealth Community Relations Health

January is Annual Physical and Blood Donor Month   For some people, having an annual physical examination is a source of reassurance that they're as healthy as they feel. Others see it as an alarm system, to catch health problems before they become serious. The value of the routine annual exam has been debated recently, but it remains a cherished tradition among many doctors and patients.   Learn more here about what you can expect from your annual physical exam and about donating …


Elena’s #GetCovered Story: Pursuing Her Dream to Farm

Posted on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 by Elena Miller-TerKuile Success Stories

YouTube embedded video: http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/54AZsb9fYRQ   The St. Luis Valley can be very cold and the life of a farmer here is not easy, but that has always been my dream. My family arrived in the valley in the 1860’s and was among the first Hispanic settlers to come here. I’m the sixth generation of a proud family of farmers.   It was a hard dream to pursue without health insurance. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, I was able to stay on my parent…


Ali’s GetCovered Story: Getting Insured May Have Saved My Life

Posted on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by Admin Success Stories

I am so grateful I signed up for insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Young and always on the move, I might have lost my life, or at the very least faced crushing medical debt, if I hadn’t gotten coverage when I did.   I come from a close-knit family: My father and step-mom run a small restaurant, my sister attends university nearby, and I work as the Central Florida regional director for a nonprofit that works with underrepresented communities. We couldn’t a…


Vaughn’s #GetCovered Story: "I’m Into Living and Having Health Insurance Will Definitely Help Me Do That"

Posted on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by Vaughn Alvarez Success Stories

YouTube embedded video: http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/St7mLpnG7zs   Atlanta is a great city to live in -- it’s definitely the “up and poppin” area to be in for the entertainment industry. We’ve got Tyler Perry studios, we’ve got Turner, we’ve got CNN, and there are Bravo shows too - there’s always a red carpet or other celebrity event.   So I was excited when I had the chance earlier this year to change careers and go to a publ…


October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 by webadmin General

For 26 years, there wasn’t a word used to describe a parent who had lost a child due to premature death or even in the case of pregnancy loss.  In 2009, a journalist by the name of Karla Holloway (read her story here http://today.duke.edu/2009/05/holloway_oped.html) researched and found such a word.  According to Ms. Holloway, “Vilomah” which means, "Against a natural order."  As in a parent whose child has died, that parent is now vilomahed.   In 1988, Pr…


September is National Cholesterol Education Month

Posted on Monday, September 15, 2014 by InHealth Health

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that your body needs to stay healthy. If you have too much of it though, it can build up inside your arteries and cause heart disease, heart attack, or stroke.   September is National Cholesterol Education Month, so here are some important things to know:   For more information about cholesterol and what you need to know, go to the Centers for Desease Control website at www.cdc.gov.  


August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Posted on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by InHealth Health

InHealth wants you to join us as we recognize the importance of vaccines to prevent communicable diseases, and share strategies to increase immunization rates within our community.   Shots can prevent serious diseases like the flu, measles, mumps, chicken pox, meningitis, whooping cough and others recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). It’s important to know which shots you need and when to get them.   Here are important tips to know about immunizations. …


Innovations Of The Month: InHealth Mutual (Ohio)

Posted on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 by Nashco General

The following was featured in News from NASHCO, the newsletter covering NASHCO’s member CO-OPs. To read the full newsletter, please click here.   InHealth Mutual will enter Ohio’s health insurance marketplace in 2015 after selling off-marketplace plans over the past year. InHealth Mutual’s entry into the marketplace is already making waves in the Buckeye State; based on preliminary rate filings, the CO-OP is besting its competitors by nearly 25%.   But it&rsq…


July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

Posted on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 by inHealth Health

Juvenile arthritis (JA) is a complex group of disorders used to describe the many ways a disease attacks the body and creates swelling in the muscle and bone that can develop in children ages 16 and younger.  


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The Health Care Law - Getting Ready to File Your Tax Return

Posted on Thursday, January 22, 2015 by Community Relations General

It’s always a good idea to prepare early to file your federal income tax return. Certain provisions of the Affordable Care Act – also known as the Health Care Law – will probably affect your federal income tax return when you file this year.   You or your tax professional should consider preparing and filing your tax return electronically.  Using tax preparation software is the easiest way to file a complete and accurate tax return. There are a variety of electro…


Annual Physical and Blood Donor Month

Posted on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 by InHealth Community Relations Health

January is Annual Physical and Blood Donor Month   For some people, having an annual physical examination is a source of reassurance that they're as healthy as they feel. Others see it as an alarm system, to catch health problems before they become serious. The value of the routine annual exam has been debated recently, but it remains a cherished tradition among many doctors and patients.   Learn more here about what you can expect from your annual physical exam and about donating …


Elena’s #GetCovered Story: Pursuing Her Dream to Farm

Posted on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 by Elena Miller-TerKuile Success Stories

YouTube embedded video: http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/54AZsb9fYRQ   The St. Luis Valley can be very cold and the life of a farmer here is not easy, but that has always been my dream. My family arrived in the valley in the 1860’s and was among the first Hispanic settlers to come here. I’m the sixth generation of a proud family of farmers.   It was a hard dream to pursue without health insurance. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, I was able to stay on my parent…


Ali’s GetCovered Story: Getting Insured May Have Saved My Life

Posted on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by Admin Success Stories

I am so grateful I signed up for insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Young and always on the move, I might have lost my life, or at the very least faced crushing medical debt, if I hadn’t gotten coverage when I did.   I come from a close-knit family: My father and step-mom run a small restaurant, my sister attends university nearby, and I work as the Central Florida regional director for a nonprofit that works with underrepresented communities. We couldn’t a…


Vaughn’s #GetCovered Story: "I’m Into Living and Having Health Insurance Will Definitely Help Me Do That"

Posted on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by Vaughn Alvarez Success Stories

YouTube embedded video: http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/St7mLpnG7zs   Atlanta is a great city to live in -- it’s definitely the “up and poppin” area to be in for the entertainment industry. We’ve got Tyler Perry studios, we’ve got Turner, we’ve got CNN, and there are Bravo shows too - there’s always a red carpet or other celebrity event.   So I was excited when I had the chance earlier this year to change careers and go to a publ…


October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 by webadmin General

For 26 years, there wasn’t a word used to describe a parent who had lost a child due to premature death or even in the case of pregnancy loss.  In 2009, a journalist by the name of Karla Holloway (read her story here http://today.duke.edu/2009/05/holloway_oped.html) researched and found such a word.  According to Ms. Holloway, “Vilomah” which means, "Against a natural order."  As in a parent whose child has died, that parent is now vilomahed.   In 1988, Pr…


September is National Cholesterol Education Month

Posted on Monday, September 15, 2014 by InHealth Health

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance that your body needs to stay healthy. If you have too much of it though, it can build up inside your arteries and cause heart disease, heart attack, or stroke.   September is National Cholesterol Education Month, so here are some important things to know:   For more information about cholesterol and what you need to know, go to the Centers for Desease Control website at www.cdc.gov.  


August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Posted on Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by InHealth Health

InHealth wants you to join us as we recognize the importance of vaccines to prevent communicable diseases, and share strategies to increase immunization rates within our community.   Shots can prevent serious diseases like the flu, measles, mumps, chicken pox, meningitis, whooping cough and others recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). It’s important to know which shots you need and when to get them.   Here are important tips to know about immunizations. …


Innovations Of The Month: InHealth Mutual (Ohio)

Posted on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 by Nashco General

The following was featured in News from NASHCO, the newsletter covering NASHCO’s member CO-OPs. To read the full newsletter, please click here.   InHealth Mutual will enter Ohio’s health insurance marketplace in 2015 after selling off-marketplace plans over the past year. InHealth Mutual’s entry into the marketplace is already making waves in the Buckeye State; based on preliminary rate filings, the CO-OP is besting its competitors by nearly 25%.   But it&rsq…


July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

Posted on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 by inHealth Health

Juvenile arthritis (JA) is a complex group of disorders used to describe the many ways a disease attacks the body and creates swelling in the muscle and bone that can develop in children ages 16 and younger.  


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