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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…


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…


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…


In The News

Posted on Saturday, March 1, 2014 by Amy Wells General

Recently, our CEO, Jesse Thomas was named as one of 20 People to Know in insurance by Columbus Business First. Clark Schaefer Hackett, one of the region's largest professional services firms, conducted a panel discussion with insurance leaders as part of their “In the Room Initiative.”   Jesse participated on the insurance panel to discuss pressing issues across America; specifically the effect of technology and the Affordable Care Act on the healthcare industry and its cus…


Welcome to InHealth

Posted on Saturday, February 1, 2014 by Amy Wells General

Thank you for selecting us as your healthcare CO-OP! We designed our plans with you in mind offering expansive medical providers and hospital networks. We were created as a nonprofit with a customer-service focus on individuals, small businesses and groups. Also, after the initial start-up period, InHealth will be governed by an elected board of directors of which the majority are members (policy holders)-meaning ultimately, as we continue to operate, we will be built by our members for our mem…


 

Category: general

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…


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…


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…


In The News

Posted on Saturday, March 1, 2014 by Amy Wells General

Recently, our CEO, Jesse Thomas was named as one of 20 People to Know in insurance by Columbus Business First. Clark Schaefer Hackett, one of the region's largest professional services firms, conducted a panel discussion with insurance leaders as part of their “In the Room Initiative.”   Jesse participated on the insurance panel to discuss pressing issues across America; specifically the effect of technology and the Affordable Care Act on the healthcare industry and its cus…


Welcome to InHealth

Posted on Saturday, February 1, 2014 by Amy Wells General

Thank you for selecting us as your healthcare CO-OP! We designed our plans with you in mind offering expansive medical providers and hospital networks. We were created as a nonprofit with a customer-service focus on individuals, small businesses and groups. Also, after the initial start-up period, InHealth will be governed by an elected board of directors of which the majority are members (policy holders)-meaning ultimately, as we continue to operate, we will be built by our members for our mem…