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Affordable Care Act Deadline Extended: Sign up by December 19 for January 1 coverage

If you want your healthcare coverage to begin on January 1, the deadline for signing up through the Health Insurance Marketplace has been extended until Monday, December 19.




Insurer Fined $487,000 for Selling Bogus ACA Health Insurance Policies

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart today announced she has fined Companion Life Insurance Company $487,000.00 for numerous violations of Delaware’s insurance code, including misrepresenting its limited benefit and short term health insurance plans as compliant with the Affordable Care Act.




Delaware Department of Insurance and NAIC Offer Nationwide Life Insurance Policy Locator Tool

The Delaware Department of Insurance and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) announced a national service that provides consumers with search capabilities to help find a deceased person’s lost life insurance policies and annuities.




Department of Insurance Recovers Nearly $3 Million for Delaware Consumers through September

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance announced today that its Consumer Services Division recovered $2,959,783.45 for consumers during the first nine months of 2016. Delaware employers also saved $12,126,418.00 in workers compensation premiums during the same period through the Department’s Workplace Safety Program.




Open Enrollment Continues through January 31 for Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace

The open enrollment period for health insurance plans offered in 2017 through Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace ends on January 31, 2017. If you want coverage to begin on January 1, you need to enroll in a plan by December 15. Delaware residents who are looking for personal assistance with selecting a plan should visit www.choosehealthde.com to connect with health navigators who provide free support. Consumers can select or change plans on their own at www.healthcare.gov.







 Pages Tagged With: "Karen Weldin Stewart"

Affordable Care Act Deadline Extended: Sign up by December 19 for January 1 coverage

If you want your healthcare coverage to begin on January 1, the deadline for signing up through the Health Insurance Marketplace has been extended until Monday, December 19.




Insurer Fined $487,000 for Selling Bogus ACA Health Insurance Policies

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart today announced she has fined Companion Life Insurance Company $487,000.00 for numerous violations of Delaware’s insurance code, including misrepresenting its limited benefit and short term health insurance plans as compliant with the Affordable Care Act.




Delaware Department of Insurance and NAIC Offer Nationwide Life Insurance Policy Locator Tool

The Delaware Department of Insurance and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) announced a national service that provides consumers with search capabilities to help find a deceased person’s lost life insurance policies and annuities.




Department of Insurance Recovers Nearly $3 Million for Delaware Consumers through September

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and the Delaware Department of Insurance announced today that its Consumer Services Division recovered $2,959,783.45 for consumers during the first nine months of 2016. Delaware employers also saved $12,126,418.00 in workers compensation premiums during the same period through the Department’s Workplace Safety Program.




Open Enrollment Continues through January 31 for Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace

The open enrollment period for health insurance plans offered in 2017 through Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace ends on January 31, 2017. If you want coverage to begin on January 1, you need to enroll in a plan by December 15. Delaware residents who are looking for personal assistance with selecting a plan should visit www.choosehealthde.com to connect with health navigators who provide free support. Consumers can select or change plans on their own at www.healthcare.gov.