The requirement would not apply to pregnant women, elderly, disabled, one primary caregiver per household with a child younger than 6, caregivers for the medically frail, and other exemptions.
With the passage of the Affordable Care Act by Democrats in 2010, the health insurance market has been faced with escalating insurance costs and premiums which have hurt Tennesseans.
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) reminds consumers of a life insurance claims return tool that has found $6,808,924 in life insurance benefits for Tennesseans since January.
The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) announces today the approval of insurance rates requested by the five carriers offering coverage on the Federally Facilitated Marketplace (FFM) ahead of Open Enrollment for 2019.
At the third of four Senate health care hearings this month, held to hear testimony from state flexibility experts, Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said that any health insurance compromise for a stability bill including cost-sharing payments must also include real flexibility for states.
"For the first time in several years, TennCare has begun to review whether a senior is still eligible for these programs. TennCare sends seniors a renewal packet, which has 17 pages of instructions and questions. If seniors do not complete the packet and send it back with any documents needed, they can lose their MSP assistance..."
The Tennessee Department of Revenue is launching a new insurance verification system in early 2017 to promote compliance with the state's Financial Responsibility Law.
The State of Tennessee is requiring all auto owners to have liability insurance starting January 1, 2017.
Effective January 1, 2017, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic and SurgiCenter physicians will be part of the Cigna Connect Network.
Congressman Diane Black (R-TN-06), a registered nurse and member of the Ways and Means Health Subcommittee, responded to reports that Vanderbilt University would be out of network on all insurance plans available through Tennessee's Obamacare marketplace in 2017.
Senate health committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) made the following statement on the premium increases ranging from 44% to 62% made final Tuesday for all three plans on Tennessee's Obamacare exchange...
Since Open Enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplace began on November 1 2015, about 11.6 million people have signed up for or renewed a health plan (2.7 million through State-based Marketplaces through December 26 and over 8.9 million through HealthCare.gov or CuidadodeSalud.gov through January 23) that meets their needs and fits their budget.
Contrary to some recent media reports the James Lee Atwood Law (also known as the Insurance Verification Law) has not yet gone into effect in Tennessee.
If you can afford health insurance coverage in 2016, but don't sign up, you may have to pay a penalty ($695 per adult, $347.50 per child - up to $2,085/family or 2.5% of family income, whichever is higher).
WGNS spoke to a Murfreesboro man who just left his doctor's office after learning that he would soon lose his foot due to a lack of circulation.
A new law that goes into effect on Wednesday (July 1, 2015) means drivers in Tennessee caught without insurance could have their car towed.
There are approximately 40,000 crashes a year that involve uninsured motorists.
Figures recently released show more than 231-thousand Tennesseans have enrolled in the federal health insurance marketplace passed into law at the urging of President Obama.
(NASHVILLE) - Summertime means many people will be hitting the state's waterways in their boats. But a new study by AAA finds many boaters in Tennessee don't have insurance.
Tennessee comes in at number ten for water related losses, according to insurance claims...
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