Kroger has announced it will provide up to a 30-day supply of certain prescriptions at no upfront cost to customers who have enrolled in the Affordable Care Act’s Public Health Insurance Marketplace but do not yet have insurer-identification information.
Nationwide was tops in customer satisfaction among those with renters insurance, according to a J.D. Power & Associates survey.
United Parcel Service got attention by dropping some working spouses from its health plan and partly blaming the Affordable Care Act. But UPS’s move is only one among many changes in employer health insurance, most of them having little to do with the health law.
They were nothing like the remnants of Hurricane Ike, which blew through Ohio five years ago, or the derecho — powerful straight-line winds that pounded the state in summer 2012.
A large share of medically uninsured Ohioans who might be eligible for subsidized health coverage under the Affordable Care Act would come from the local area and surrounding counties, based on the most recent U.S. Census Bureau estimates.